Green building has become a popular choice for many families/business who are under new construction or remodeling.  To make the most of this you will need to do your research on the best practices and products.  Existing research online is significant, so to help get you started, here are a few things we found in our own efforts.


Online references:

~ www.dienviro.com

~ www.greenguide.com


Books to read:

~ Green Remodeling: Changing the World One Room at a Time by David Johnston & Kim Master

~ Your Green Home: A Guide to Planning a Healthy, Environmentally Friendly New Home by Alex Wilson

~ Good Green Homes by Jennifer Roberts

~ The New Ecological Home: A Complete Guide to Green Building Options by Dan Chiras

~ Natural Remodeling for the Not-So-green House: Bringing Your Home into Harmony with Nature by Carol Venolia, Kelly Lerner, and Sarah Susanka

~ Green Living by Greg Horn


Some of Lindamood-Bell’s Practices:

Our current standard carpet is certified by the Green Label Plus program (mentioned in Greg Horn's book, Living Green).  


We are also using low VOC paint and researching the use of Chem-Dry for a nation carpet cleaning account, which is a non-toxic alternative to traditional steam cleaning.



Greenfully Yours,


Beary B. Green

Ambassador of Green for Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

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