Saving over 40% on energy bills while also increasing property value by 25% sounds impossible, but Greenovate shows viewers just how to make this lofty dream a reality in their own households. Renovating with an eye for the environment isn't just posh and trendy, it's also practical and thrifty.
Looking to boost your home's value? Want to create a healthier indoor environment that goes beyond houseplants? You want to greenovate your house, but where to start? From worn carpeting to ceilings covered in lead-based paint, a poorly insulated attic to a leaky basement, there are plenty of places to begin greenovating your home. But the first step is making sure that the materials you plan to use are sustainable and eco-friendly. Bamboo, cork, recycled paper, reclaimed wood and low-VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) paint are all great choices for greenovations, and there are many more.
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