How To Make Your Home Eco-Friendly

Committing to greener living isn’t an easy task but you can start reducing your carbon footprint and lower the cost of your electricity bill by making some eco-friendly changes to your home which you can start implementing straight away.

The eco-friendly home infographic by Roofing Outlet comes in a handy room-by-room design to help guide you through the littlest and biggest changes you can make in each room of your house. We should all be aware of the problems and the negative impact which we’re causing to the environment and should be aiming to reduce the carbon footprint on this earth. Quite often though, it’s knowing where to start and it can become quite overwhelming when deciding to make greener lifestyle changes, which is why it’s best to either focus on one room at a time, or just pick one key change from each room to start off with.

From washing your clothes at 30 degrees and using energy efficient light bulbs, to buying food locally and choosing second-hand furniture, let’s start making a difference today!

However, The Green Living Guy suggests LED bulbs vs CFL. 

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The Green Living Guy, Seth Leitman is a green living expert, celebrity and Editor of the McGraw-Hill, TAB Green Guru Guides. Seth is also an Author, Radio Host, Reporter, Writer and a Environmental Consultant on green living. The Green Living Guy writes about green living, green lighting, the green guru guides and more. Seth's books range from: # Build Your Own Electric Vehicle by Bob Brant and Seth Leitman (2nd and 3rd editions) # Build Your Own Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle by Seth Leitman # Build Your Own Electric Motorcycle by Carl Vogel # Green Lighting by Seth Leitman, Brian Clark Howard and Bill Brinsky # Solar Power For Your Home by David Findley # Renewable Energies For Your Home by Russel Gehrke # Do-it-Yourself Home Energy Audits by David Findley # Build Your Own Small Wind Power System by Brian Clark Howard and Kevin Shea # and more green living books to follow.

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  1. I love this info graphic. Thanks for the great info. It’s amazing what one little change at a time can do.

    Regarding non toxic paint. I moved into a remodeled house. I’m sure they didn’t use non toxic paint. If I paint over it with non toxic paint will I get any benefit? Or will it just mask the toxic stuff?

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