Welcome to Green Home Remodeling Source
Easy Ways to Green Up Your Existing Home
Whether you're looking to modernize your older home, make it more comfortable, or improve its' energy efficiency, Green Home Remodeling Source will guide you through all aspects of the green remodeling arena. Green remodeling is becoming more popular as health issues, lower utility bills and energy efficiency, and wider environmental issues such as climate change become bigger concerns for homeowners.
There comes a time in every home when the colors and fashions of a few years ago suddenly start to appear stale and boring, when repairs become more and more necessary, and appliances start to wear out.
Green remodeling is easier than you might think, and becoming easier all the time. By remodeling green, you can incorporate cost-saving and earth-friendly green concepts into every area of your home.
Green Home Remodeling Source is dedicated to providing you with information to make your remodeling project environmentally friendly. When you choose to remodel green you will reduce your home's energy demands, lessen home maintenance costs, and increase comfort levels in your home. Green remodeling can be done incrementally; pick an area that you would like to remodel, and look for ways on this website to make it green.
We here at Green Home Remodeling Source view remodeling as a small step towards make a home healthier, efficient, and more comfortable. When planning a green remodeling project, we take into consideration indoor air quality, energy and resource conservation, reduced material waste, and the use of recycled or renewable materials. Other steps towards these goals are green home planning, landscape design, and environmentally-friendly home products; these are explored in detail by clicking on the links in the upper right corner of this page.
Remodeling with a focus on environmentally-friendliness, sustainability, and energy efficiency will result in a greener home that not only has greater value, but will save you money for years to come.
The "Green Home Source Team"