Start Making Your Home Green with the Garage Charleston SC

Having a garage that is as green as your home is important for many reasons and is fairly simple to accomplish. Read on to know how to achieve this goal.

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Turn Key of Charleston
843-737-2391
Marvin Ave
Charleston, SC
 
David Martin
MySpaGuy Hot Tub Repair
888-697-7248
857 Coleman Blvd
Mt Pleasant, SC
 
David Johnson
First Team Construction Inc
843-873-8030
PO Box 28
Summerville, SC
 
Gatch Builders
(843) 302-7199
16 Colleton Drive
Charleston, SC
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Arnett Construction, Llc General Contractor
(843) 225-4708
1207 Parkwood Estates Dr
Charleston, SC
 
Bill Johnson
W D Johnson Construction Inc.
843-763-0941
1929 Woodland Road
Charleston, SC
 
Ronald Dillingham
All Star Heating & Airconditioning
843-824-0000
114 Bobwhite Lane
Summerville, SC
 
Cheep Home Repair
8432779757
42 Norman St
Charleston, SC

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8433027199
16 Colleton Drive, Charleston
Charleston, SC
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Charleston, SC Contractor, design, remodel, repair, renovate & build homes ,, redesigning homes, remodeling bathrooms & remodeling kitchens ,flooring ,roofing,
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GatchBuilders.com
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Construction Cardinal
(843) 225-6403
720 Saint Andrews Blvd
Charleston, SC
 
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Reduce your carbon footprint at the intersection of your home and your car. Photo Credit: exfordy

When it comes to reducing our carbon footprint, often the first thing we think of to do is modify our travel accommodations by getting a hybrid vehicle, car pooling, or driving less. Next we tend to think in terms of the energy we spend in our homes. It only makes sense, then, that another fabulous idea for go going green would be a combination of the two topics - remodeling the space within our home where our automobile lives. Having a garage that is as green as your home is important for many reasons and is fairly simple to accomplish.

One of the simplest things you can do to green your garage may also be the most important. Carbon monoxide is a large problem as well as several other household chemicals that people tend to store in the garage. If you have ductwork running through the garage, carrying forced air into your home, check to make sure all of the joints are properly sealed. If not, they could be ingesting chemicals and fumes from your garage and releasing them into the air you’re breathing in your house.

Another way to eliminate chemicals, fumes and other air impurities from traveling from the garage into the house is to install an exhaust fan in the garage.

It’s fairly common knowledge that the best way to save money on energy bills is to ensure that your house is properly sealed and insulated, therefore keeping all of your bought and paid for...

Read the full article in the CalFinder Remodeling and Home Solar Power Magazine