If you want to go green at home but don’t have a clue, some experts would like to help.
A site called Cyberhomes.com offers tips on windows with the smallest carbon footprint, detergent with the lowest impact on your watershed and low-waste bedding.
That should help you sleep better at night in more ways than one.
Cyberhomes, billed as a real estate information portal, is a division of Lender Processing Services Inc.
The site’s “Big Guide to Going Green at Home” is broken into six sections:
• Home Improvement
• Choosing Wise Appliances
• Selecting Furniture with a Conscience
• Saving Energy at Home
• Keeping Green when Keeping House
• Feeling Good About Losing the Lawn.
The tour guide is self-described cul-de-sactivist James Glave, author of “Almost Green: How I Saved 1/6th of a Billionth of the Planet.”
Cyberhomes was awarded a Best Web Site award for 2009 from the National Association of Real Estate Editors, so they know a little about homes.