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Eco-Friendly Home Renovations

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There are many things to consider when renovating a home. You need to think not only the used materials, but also the environmental factors during the renovation process. You may improve the environmental performance of your home with small actions that require little or no money at all, or you may do bigger investments that will give you lower running costs or other benefits for the future.

There are many environmental factors to look after during a renovation. These issues can for example be about the water usage, recycling, storm water run-off issues, surrounding ecology and many other things. 

If you are located in New Zealand, learn more about environmental friendly renovations.
If you are located in the UK, learn more about environmental friendly renovations
If you are located in Australia, learn more about environmental friendly renovations

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    Renovate Magazine
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