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Property Insights: Going Green at Home

Going green simply means making more environmentally friendly decisions such as to reduce, reuse and recycle items. Do you ever imagine a better world for yourself and your generation? As it is said, charity begins at home. Not only would you reduce the carbon footprint, but you would also help save your life and of all those around you. Going green at home is one of the first steps to a sustainable lifestyle.


Save energy
Install compact fluorescent bulbs in your house, they consume less energy and ultimately make you pay less for the electricity bill, which is good for the environment and your pocket.

Save water
You do not have to stay three hours in the shower. A quick and short shower will do the trick just fine.

Reuse and Recycle
You do not have to buy new items for everything. You can reuse and repurpose plenty of household items. This will reduce the waste output and the amount of clutter around you.

Buy Smart
Buy in bulk, buying things in small many packages is time wasting and space consuming. Buying in bulk will save you time and money and is better for the environment.

Going green does not mean you have to redo your whole lifestyle, just making a few basic changes to your lifestyle will go a long way in ultimately reducing the carbon footprint and guaranteeing us all a healthy lifestyle.

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