Given the news that President Trump and First Lady Melania have contracted the Covid-19 virus, the GREENandSAVE staff see’s a need in both the Public and Private sector for indoor clean air. There are 3.4 billion Sq. Ft of municipal real estate in the United States, if security protocols at the White House can’t contain the virus’s spread it is a wakeup call that Air Disinfection Solutions are needed by the Government and Private Real Estate owners to combat the virus’s ability to spread indoors.
How to Go Green in Your Home
Do you desire to go green in your home? Do you know how to go about doing so? Going green in your home is less complicated than you may think. Many homeowners would like to go green but are put off by the costs. But, does it have to cost a lot of money to go green? Not really if you know what you are doing.
There are lots of simple solutions which you can implement yourself. And here is the kicker - going green often means saving LOTS of money.
You probably already know some of the benefits of keeping your air ducts cleaned. There's better indoor air quality, a system that isn't working as hard, and less dust getting blown around your house and landing on everything in sight. Many homeowners are sold on the concept, but not so much the price. The average cost of air duct cleaning can make some people pause: it usually comes in somewhere between $400 and $1000.
We can all do our part to improve the environmental friendliness of our homes, and a great place to start is the kitchen. The kitchen is a multi-purpose room. We gather in kitchens to share family meals, or to entertain friends and guests. We use the space to prepare nutritious foods. For many families, the kitchen is also the ideal place to do homework, pay bills, or answer mail.