Green Building, Materials, and Renovation

Green Building, Materials, and Renovation

Trent Johnson
Dec 29, 2010

Personally, I love new building materials because it means I get to work with my hands. I could wander the isles of big box home improvement stores for hours, searching for green building products, but there is an easier way. Just checkout these posts!

TOP ROW

1 The Great Green Reader Renovation Roundup
2 On The Horizon: Building With Phase Change Materials
3 BuildingGreen's Top 10 Products for 2010
4 The 10 Most Exciting Products at GreenBuild
5 Which Is Better: A Recycled Material or a Natural Material?

SECOND ROW

6 More Pallet Love: An Office Built Entirely Out Of Pallets!
7 Fireclay Tile's Eco-Friendly Debris Series
8 Whole Tree Construction
9 Building With Insulated Concrete Forms
10 Build Your Own Wood Screens

THIRD ROW

11 Interview With A Passive House Consultant
12 4 Eco-Friendly Roof Options
13 Synthetic Gypsum: An Eco-Friendly Drywall Alternative
14 Cool Ways To Build Without Air Conditioning
15 A Green Guide to Flooring Materials

FOURTH ROW

16 High to Low: A Comparison of Insulations
17 The Importance of Air Sealing
18 Learning to Love Caulk: 5 Eco-Friendly Options
19 30 Green Building Posts You Might Have Missed
20 Porous Pavements by Presto Geosystems

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Welcome to Re-Nest's end-of-year roundup!
We're making our way through 2010 and rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts. Also on deck during this time: the Re-Nest editors get personal in our "Meet the Team" series, a special group of guest bloggers share their green resolutions, and we go big with Green City Guides, from Montreal to Madison.

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