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Going Green: Low or No VOC Paints and Coatings

When it comes to LEED Certification, one of the most obvious ways to get some of the credits needed is in the paint choice. Some people might not want to go for the lower or no VOC rated paint, because of the cost, and the need for multiple coats of paint during turns. However, there […]

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Noise Pollution Solutions Using Green Initiatives

Focusing on implementing green initiatives for your building might not resonate for your current or prospective tenants, but there is a type of pollution that tenants care greatly about: noise pollution. Complaints can come pouring in when tenants have to listen to cars or trains buzzing by their bedroom windows. Many tenants have endured sleepless […]

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Green Floors: Bamboo Flooring For Your Next Apartment Renovation

When it comes to choosing the right flooring materials for your commercial or apartment renovation project, you might want to consider the benefits of bamboo flooring. Even though many believe bamboo is a type of wood, it’s actually a species of grass! This grass is actually a very green building resource due to its ability […]

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Going Green: Cork Flooring For Your Next Flooring Installation Project

If you are here, you are considering the benefits of green flooring materials. As it stands there are many different choices on the type of flooring you can use from recycled carpet, bamboo, laminate, linoleum and more. One of the most unique types of flooring is Cork Flooring.  Although cork is known  for the preservation […]

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