Living in the middle of one of the greenest, lushest, and most environmentally friendly parts of the country, the Pacific Northwest, it's hard not to constantly think about how my actions impact the environment. But I'm not the only one, there are a host of bloggers covering environmental issues online, and more specifically about being a green homeowner.
Looking for what other homeowners are doing to make their home better for the environment? Or maybe you want some help getting your own green remodeling project started? Here are some of our favorite green blogs that may inspire you:
BobVila's On the Level Green Building Blog Bob Vila is arguably the most trusted man in the home remodeling industry, and his green building blog is just as informative and helpful as any homeowner could hope for.
Get With Green If you're working a remodel, or are thinking about it, this site will help you figure out your greenest options, and where to find them. Full of useful ideas you may never have thought about (tubal skylights to save electricity and light hallways and rooms) and practical information (where to order carpet made of recycled materials), this blog will help you through the green remodeling process.
Green Building and Remodeling This site is simple, straight forward, and full of interesting articles on industry trend-spotting, and ideas for homeowners to incorporate into their home.
TreeHugger While this blog covers a wide range of topics other than green building, it is one of the top environmental blogs out there. A quick search of green building, or green remodeling should return a number of entries that you may find helpful.
Brevard Green Homes Run by a green minded real estate agent, this blog is another great resource for homeowners on topics ranging from tax credits, green materials and other eco news.
To show our support for homeowners who want to green their home, ReliableRemodeler.com is proud to announce that we have recently added Solar Panel Installation as one of our newest offered services! Check out some of our Green Building Resources for more information.
We hope to keep bringing homeowners more green building options, and we'll be sure to keep covering green building topics here in the future.