Eco-Home on The Range

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While relying solely on renewable energy to power your home may not be the most realistic or economical way to green your abode right now. As I posted on last week, the American Insititute of Architects is reporting that 90% of people surveyed would be willing to pay $5000 more to build or buy an environmentally friendly dwelling.

This article looks at the many reasons, including saving money over the long run, that eco homes make sense and paints a picture of a scenario entirely within our reach.

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