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ROBERT ENGLI…, Real Estate Pro in 78751
Sometimes "going green" seems like a daunting or expensive task (think replacing all your light bulbs or investing in new appliances). Here are 12 tips that everyone can put into action with little effort.REDUCEBe… Read more
Blogged Mon Sep 15, 2014 by ROBERT ENGLISH, President Quality of Life Going Green
ROBERT ENGLI…, Real Estate Pro in 78751
Conserving water to be green while lowering your monthly bill to save green is a beneficial combination. Little things can contribute significantly to a large water bill.Leaky faucets can waste over 1,000… Read more
Elijah and M…, Real Estate Pro in 78045
by: Katie Weeks Feb. 2014ecobuildingpulse.com Nearly a quarter of single-family builders installed energy-producing equipment such as geothermal heat pumps and photovoltaics in new construction projects… Read more
Blogged Sat Feb 22, 2014 by Elijah and Marisol Nora Remodel & Renovate Going Green Home Ownership
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Joshua Danie…, Real Estate Pro in Port Lavaca, TX
Composting is one of the most efficient avenues for providing your garden with rich nutrients, and giving back into the soil. The addition of premium compost to your soil helps with drainage,… Read more
Blogged Fri Oct 25, 2013 by Joshua Daniels Parks & Recreation Going Green Home Ownership
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Those of you who garden may be familiar with rain barrels. They’re especially popular in urban landscapes and areas which experience long, dry seasons punctuated by heavy rainfall. According… Read more
Blogged Tue Jun 11, 2013 by Lynn Caison Johnson Going Green
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Ricky Cain, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
This weekend marks the 17th annual Austin Cool House Tour featuring 10 homes in the Austin area. Each of these properties features energy efficient construction as well as smart and green technologies.… Read more
Blogged Thu May 30, 2013 by Ricky Cain Quality of Life Remodel & Renovate Going Green
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Michelle Ada…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Make the most of your perennials by dividing and transplanting favorites that have outgrown their homes.Why divide and transplant?Plants need space to thrive. When they become too big for their garden… Read more
Blogged Thu Apr 25, 2013 by Michelle Adams Remodel & Renovate Going Green Home Ownership
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Lake Travis…, Both Buyer and Seller in Austin, TX
Open House Green/Solar home-Meet the Builder/Designer for this new custom home in the Gated/Golf Course Community "The Heights of Falconhead" (in Bee Cave just outside of Lakeway in Lake Travis ISD). If… Read more
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Michelle Ada…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
This spring the City of Austin is hosting a series of free home composting classes to help residents reduce the amount of waste in their homes. In addition to waste reduction, composting creates a nutrient-rich… Read more
Blogged Fri Mar 15, 2013 by Michelle Adams General Area Going Green Home Ownership
Lake Travis…, Both Buyer and Seller in Austin, TX
Back in October Harmony Marotz, Eco-Broker with Marotz Realty Partners, along with Lake Travis Green Builders, Go Green Squads, HEsolar, Key Insulation and Ferrell Sales & Contracting hosted a “Dirty… Read more
Blogged Tue Nov 20, 2012 by Lake Travis Green Builders Home Buying Going Green Design & Decor
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Harmony Maro…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Solar/Green Eco New Construction Open House In Lakeway, TexasPut on your favorite pair of boots and Join Lake Travis Green Builders along with Marotz Realty Partners for an Open House… Read more
Blogged Thu Sep 27, 2012 by Harmony Marotz General Area Home Buying Going Green
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John Cotten, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Are you looking to do a Green Kitchen Remodel? If so, check out these eco-friendly remodeling tips for your next project!1) Look for Eco-Friendly CountertopsThe greenest countertops will be made of recycled… Read more
Blogged Wed Aug 1, 2012 by John Cotten Remodel & Renovate Going Green Design & Decor
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Lake Travis…, Both Buyer and Seller in Austin, TX
If you are looking for a builder who has experience with Radiant Floor heating system then give us a call. Below are a few pics of a house our project manager completed with a description.This is a boiler… Read more
Carl Webb, Renter in Austin, TX
                            The 16th Annual Austin Cool House Tour                           … Read more
Blogged Tue May 1, 2012 by Carl Webb Quality of Life Going Green In My Neighborhood
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Lisa Salinas…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Salvaged building materials allow you to improve your home inexpensively—but might require an extra investment of time and energy. Recycled building materials are getting easier to findAccording… Read more
Blogged Fri Nov 4, 2011 by Lisa Salinas-Gruver Remodel & Renovate Going Green Design & Decor
Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Framing a ViewFraming a view is a technique, shown at far left, that uses man-made structures or natural objects to focus your eye on a scene or object in the distance. In a small area, you can employ… Read more
Blogged Fri Feb 24, 2012 by Lynn Caison Johnson General Area Curb Appeal Going Green
Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
The natural landscape surrounding some houses is so spectacular or unique that it makes sense to capture in it the garden. This is called the naturalistic style. Such a garden reflects the authentic look… Read more
Blogged Fri Feb 24, 2012 by Lynn Caison Johnson Curb Appeal Going Green
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Betina Forem…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Austin is getting "Greener" every day! As a twenty year Austinite and 5th generation native Texan, I am proud to live in one of the nation's top ten 'Green cities'.  I love this city and I do my… Read more
Blogged Sat Nov 1, 2008 by Betina Foreman Going Green
Albert Elhage, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Red State, Green CityBy Bryan Walshhttp://ti.me/w07H8J The solar panels sparkle on the rooftop of HelioVolt's 130,000-sq.-ft manufacturing facility. Inside, an elaborate line of printing machines,… Read more
Blogged Sat Feb 4, 2012 by Albert Elhage Quality of Life Going Green In My Neighborhood
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Harmony Maro…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
This weekend Harmony Marotz, Eco-Broker with Marotz Realty Partners, along with one of the areas best builders, hosted a “Dirty Boots Tour” in the Falconhead subdivision of Austin, Texas.… Read more
Blogged Wed Sep 14, 2011 by Harmony Marotz Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
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