The year is young. It's a great time to set some resolutions in your home that not only help the planet, but save you a load of money in the long run. We'd all love to set up our home with a bunch of solar panels and all new energy efficient... (Read More)
Now that the air has turned frosty and the leaves are starting to fall, you’re probably wrapped up in a scarf and warm coat. Which is great for YOU, but what about the properties you manage? How are you helping THEM conserve energy? Below are... (Read More)
Ready to create an outdoor oasis that your kids and pets can safely enjoy? Maybe it's time to say goodbye to chemical lawn treatments and go organic!
You don't have to sacrifice green, lush grass when you give up pesticides and weed killers. In... (Read More)
What is energy benchmarking, and why should you be concerned? Simply put, benchmarking is a way of measuring how your properties use energy, and how they compare to other properties of similar size. At the moment, many places don’t require... (Read More)
You've worked hard to live greener at home and at work. You love your neighborhood. Why not combine the two and take some initiatives to help your neighborhood be a more eco-friendly as well?
Talk about it
Really, the easiest way to be a good... (Read More)
Sure, turning off a light or two here and there is nice, but what if you’re looking for bigger ways to lower your properties’ energy costs? Here are a few methods of doing just that by looking at the bigger picture.
Get your staff... (Read More)
With many parts of the world under drought conditions, it's important to be thinking, every day, about things you can do to save water in your household. It doesn't have to be hot and dry to practice conservation — year-round lifestyle changes can... (Read More)
You want the property you manage to be the envy of all the others in the neighborhood. Well, one way to make them green is to go green – as in “environmentally friendly.” Here are some tips on how to do just that.
Make recycling easy
If... (Read More)
Temperatures are dropping, and we're thinking more about sweaters than swimsuits. For many, cold weather means it's time to build a fire and curl up with a good book or toast some marshmallows. You can enjoy a cozy fire while being as eco-friendly... (Read More)