Eco-Friendly Products for Your Home with Brad Staggs

From the rising popularity of hybrid cars to the organic foods movement to all-natural cosmetics, almost everyone has jumped on the “reduce, reuse and recycle” bandwagon. And now that “go green” vibe has moved onto the home. Brad Staggs, host of the Talk 2 DIY Home Improvement, has quick and easy ways to go “green.” Or for those that are remodeling, he has some larger home improvement projects to make it more eco friendly.

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  1. #1 by tjbst47 at January 7th, 2008

    Dimmers on incadescent lights? No! CFLs and LEDs are way more efficient.

  2. #2 by polarisblood at June 11th, 2008


  3. #3 by wseegers2 at November 22nd, 2008

    This channel is a great source for green information. I give it two green thumbs up. Be sure to check out my video. The Seegers Family Edifice Venture is a documentary of a family that is turning an old church camp activities center into their future home. One of their goals is to show practical construction methods that will turn this building into an efficient green dwelling.

  4. #4 by nanvaro at December 8th, 2008

    Who wish build an eco hotel in Armenia?
    Please, contact me.

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