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A Quick Basement Ceiling Renovation Using Hemp Insulation
Renovating a basement ceiling for sound-proofing and brighter lighting. We used hemp insulation and 4″ LED pot lights
Builders For Climate Action Helps Builders Address Climate Change
Builders for climate action on a mission to help builders and designers understand that material choices make an impact on climate change.
Tru Earth laundry detergent – 94% less packaging (and it works)
Tru Earth Laundry detergent is a convenient and very eco-friendly way to clean your clothes. There is 94% less packaging compared to regular detergent
3M Feather-Friendly Window Markers Are For The Birds
3M Feather Friendly Window Markers help birds avoid collisions with windows. They are applied as a transfer sheet for commercial and residential buildings.
Calgary Modern Energy Efficient House Built on a Reverse Walkout
A modern energy-efficient house design was a key requirement for this new home in Calgary by Alloy Homes. A key challenge was its reverse walkout design.
NaturHemp Hemp Insulation is locally made in Quebec
NaturHemp insulation is made from 92% hemp grown in Canada and made in Asbestos, Quebec. The insulation is hygroscopic, pest, mildew and mould resistant.
A Passive House Plus Certified House Built In Brooklyn
Renovating to Passive House Plus standard creates a beautiful and low maintenance home in Brooklyn, NY. The home is warm in winter without standard HVAC.
Rating System for Water Efficient Toilets
The MaP rating system for toilets measures a toilet’s flush performance – how effective it is at doing its job. The minimum performance should be 350.
Havelock Sheep's Wool Insulation
Havelock sheep’s wool insulation is available in either batts or loose fill and has an R-value of 4.3. It stays resilient in humid environments.
IceStone Countertops: Recycled Glass and Cement
This post was updated on October 31, 2019. IceStone countertops are made from 75% post-industrial recycled glass, Portland cement and a non-petroleum-based binder in Brooklyn, New York. They look like a subtle terrazzo for your countertops. The company was...
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