Reducing Energy Waste in the Bedroom

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Your bedroom may not be the first place you think of to reduce energy waste in your home. After all, there's much more potential for waste in kitchens, bathrooms, even your living room. But your bedroom still plays a part in your overall energy consumption, and making smart choices where...

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Comfort and Asheville Green Building

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In the last eight years, I’ve had the pleasure of working on and visiting many “green homes” across the country.  Without exception, clients and homeowners feel good about living a more sustainable lifestyle and the reduction of energy consumption. They’re proud of their green building materials and count kilowatt use...

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Moisture Drainage Management

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Moisture from rainfall can be a serious problem for many homes and buildings, particularly if it builds up behind the exterior cladding. Homes and buildings built in areas with high levels of rainfall each year – 20- to 60+ inches – can benefit from having a moisture drainage system installed....

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Is it just me?

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 Is it just me? Or, does there seem to be an unprecedented number of energy related spills going on right now?In November, in rural Alabama, a train derailed and exploded, releasing 2.7 million gallons of crude oil. In January, a massive chemical spill (a toxic chemical used to clean coal)...

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