Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Best Plants To Improve Indoor Air Quality – Part 1

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The Benefits of a Green Thumb in the Office

We’ve talked about indoor air quality in the past on this blog, and how a sturdy building envelope with high-quality insulation will ensure that air only moves through the appropriate openings: windows, doors, and ventilation structures. But it’s not easy to do a full energy audit of your home; replacing the insulation and finding all […]

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LEED, Existing Buildings, and the Empire State Mystery

Imagine you have two buildings in front of you: one is a very old city landmark that has stood strong for over a century, and the other is a brand new construction project made with the most advanced materials and techniques. If you were going to guess which of the two structures would get a […]

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