Do you associate- even vaguely- with either of these two statements?
You’ve finally made the transition from paper to reusable grocery bags and you’re even thinking about ditching the plastic water bottles for something more permanent. You not only know what a carbon footprint is, but you want to do something about it.
You find yourself in stunned disbelief every month when the utility bills arrive. You’re not sure what a therm is, but you’re pretty certain that someone at the gas company is driving a big ‘ole Cadillac based on how many of them that you used last month.
While buying a new, energy efficient, “”green”” home is not on many of our to-do lists this weekend, now is definitely the time to think about what we can do to make our homes cleaner, greener and meaner. The government- both Federal and State- are falling all over themselves conjuring up tax credits and incentives to help encourage consumers to do so. The Hoots Group is an Atlanta-based construction company that specializes in green construction and “”greenovations“”, and they’ve posted a definitive list of all the current options available. Treat yourself to 2 minutes of worthwhile reading- click here– and find out how you can start saving a shekel or two.
And by the way, if you’re not using reusable grocery bags yet, click here to buy a couple.