Posted in Homeowners, Sustainability on May 01, 2023
It is important to choose reliable and professional solar installers. Make sure to ask these 7 questions to help you find the best solar company.
Posted in Homeowners, Sustainability on Mar 20, 2023
Check out our simple tactics to reduce your household waste so you can turn your home into a more sustainable place and eliminate as much waste as possible!
Posted in Homeowners, Sustainability on Feb 10, 2023
Home hardware is a term that describes the components that make up a home’s infrastructure. These components, such as doors, windows, locks and other essential items, provide safety and security to occupants and visitors alike. Home hardware also contributes to sustainability efforts by reducing energy consumption and increasing the efficiency of existing systems. This article will explore the different types of home hardware available on the market today and how they can be used to improve sustainability in the home environment.
Posted in Homeowners, Sustainability on Jan 20, 2023
An eco-friendly home can provide a safe and more comfortable living space. The continuous growth in popularity of eco-friendly home designs has become one of the drives of many homeowners to try similar home projects because of its numerous benefits. An eco-friendly home promotes cost and energy-saving design and materials that can lead to less maintenance, a quality home, and healthier life. Achieving a sustainable and eco-friendly home can often be overwhelming for many. However, the process can be easier with the proper time, understanding, and professional help. With that, here are incredible tips you can follow to achieve an eco-friendly home.
Posted in Homeowners, Sustainability on Oct 17, 2022
If you're planning to renovate your home, there are a number of ways to do so sustainably. By making eco-friendly choices, you can help reduce your carbon footprint and save money on energy costs in the long run. Here are some tips on how to make your home renovation as green as can be:
Posted in Sustainability on Aug 31, 2022
Learn all about the 7 environmental benefits of solar energy so you can decide whether you want to try and add solar energy panels to your own home!
Posted in Homeowners, Sustainability on Mar 10, 2022
Authentic rattan is obviously the best of all, so let’s discuss the top five benefits of having natural rattan furniture in your home.
Posted in Homeowners, Gardening, Sustainability on Jul 27, 2021
Does protecting the environment mean taking life-changing steps, or will small changes do? The term "ecological footprint" refers to a measurement of human demand on nature that compares human consumption of natural resources to the earth's capacity to replenish them. How can we be more eco-friendly? What do we need to do to tread as lightly as possible to reduce our impact on the environment? Read on to find out.
Posted in Homeowners, Sustainability on May 24, 2021
Let’s face it. Australia, with its vast landmass and long hours of sunshine promises the greatest solar energy potential for personal and public use. Seven Undeniable Reasons support solar power as the next big step in conserving energy.
Posted in Gardening, Sustainability on Oct 08, 2020
Bees are one of the most organized creatures on Earth. The most popular and best-researched type of bee is the domesticated honey bee. This species is bred in apiaries, mainly for the production of honey. Bees play an important role in the ecosystem. They pollinate plants - including plants that are cultivated for commercial use. The role of bees is huge! However, in recent years, we have observed an apparent decrease in the number of these pollinating insects. According to scientists, this phenomenon has several causes, but the main ones are environmental degradation and misuse of pesticides by farmers. According to UN research, bees and other pollinating insects are essential for pollinating about 75% of the leading food crops. Their best estimates show that there are about 20,000 species of pollinators, of which only about 10,000 have been identified. So we may be losing species we don’t even know about. If these insects become extinct, food prices will automatically rise, food will become scarce. Here, you will find tips for saving the bees: