Eco-Friendly Homes

5 Myths of Green Homes, feat. Marla Esser Cloos

November 11, 2020 Madison Hopkins Episode 12
Eco-Friendly Homes
5 Myths of Green Homes, feat. Marla Esser Cloos
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Eco-Friendly Homes
5 Myths of Green Homes, feat. Marla Esser Cloos
Nov 11, 2020 Episode 12
Madison Hopkins

Let's debunk the 5 Myths of Green Homes! Guest speaker is Marla Esser Cloos who has also given us permission to Click here and download her entire guide at Greenhomecoach.com

Myth 1: Green only matters to certain clients, like millennials. 
Myth 2: No one is asking for green homes.
Myth 3: Green is expensive.
Myth 4: Solar panels are the hallmark of a green home.
Myth 5: Green is just the latest trend.

Ready to do more? Click here to download her 9 Ways to Update to Green via Everydaygreenhome.com

We discuss what "Green" means in the home environment such as living environmentally friendly, healthier, safer, more comfortable, with more durability, & less maintenance.

We explore the use of label like Floor Score, Carpet and Rug Institute's Green Label Plus, & GreenGuard.

And lastly, we implement the 5 categories from the National Green Building Standard (NGBS) which are water efficiency, energy efficiency, sustainable sites (location, resource efficiency, & environmental equality. Plus an additional 6th, of behavioral.

Want to check out Marla's podcast?
Click here for Apple Podcast.
Or click here for Spotify.

Also mentioned in the show is Sandra Adomatis, LEED Green Associate for home appraisals. 

Show Notes

Let's debunk the 5 Myths of Green Homes! Guest speaker is Marla Esser Cloos who has also given us permission to Click here and download her entire guide at Greenhomecoach.com

Myth 1: Green only matters to certain clients, like millennials. 
Myth 2: No one is asking for green homes.
Myth 3: Green is expensive.
Myth 4: Solar panels are the hallmark of a green home.
Myth 5: Green is just the latest trend.

Ready to do more? Click here to download her 9 Ways to Update to Green via Everydaygreenhome.com

We discuss what "Green" means in the home environment such as living environmentally friendly, healthier, safer, more comfortable, with more durability, & less maintenance.

We explore the use of label like Floor Score, Carpet and Rug Institute's Green Label Plus, & GreenGuard.

And lastly, we implement the 5 categories from the National Green Building Standard (NGBS) which are water efficiency, energy efficiency, sustainable sites (location, resource efficiency, & environmental equality. Plus an additional 6th, of behavioral.

Want to check out Marla's podcast?
Click here for Apple Podcast.
Or click here for Spotify.

Also mentioned in the show is Sandra Adomatis, LEED Green Associate for home appraisals.