LED LightsSwitch out the expensive indoor lighting with LED technology.Whether you install it in an entryway or under the kitchen cabinets, you'll have brilliant light with less electricity costs and reduced heat.
Re-upholster to RecycleThrowing out an old sofa is a huge addition to the landfill when remodeling is underway. Consider a re-upholstery job. Select new fabric and/or replace some of the filling. You'll retain most of the sofa to avoid excess waste while saving money on the remodeling budget.
Small Appliance ControlIf you have a feeling that you left the stove on after leaving your home, your only choice is to return and check the appliance yourself. From the toaster to coffeemaker, save time and remain Green with a small appliance control on your Smartphone. With the touch of an app, take a glimpse at your appliances remotely and turn them off as needed.
Inverter Air conditioning split unitsOnly use the A/C in the rooms you need cooling. When you leave home for the day, turn off all A/C units. An inverter unit uses less energy so your monthly electricity bill will be less.
Stopping Food WasteMake dinner easier with an app tied to your refrigerator's inventory. Based on the items inside the fridge, apps like Fridge Pal give you recipes to try to reduce waste. This green idea is perfect for budget-driven families with a tight schedule.
Paint It UpTry low and no-VOC interior paints for a cleaner painting experience. Instead of adding harmful fumes to the room, this paint actually absorbs them. With VOCs as a main concern around young children and seniors, this green update is priceless.
Water Filtration at the SourceStop the plastic bottle cycle with a PUR water filtration system at the kitchen sink. This elegantly designed filter sits to the side of the faucet. You won't need to buy water bottles ever again. Activate the filter only when you need drinking or cooking water. All other water flows normally through the faucet to increase filter life.
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