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Green Residential Products Showcased at Greenbuild


This year's 2010 Greenbuild Conference and levitra pill Expo offered the usual enormous hall filled with displays of all kinds of products and building materials that can be used to create greener buildings.

Eco Home Magazine has a slideshow of 14 of the products that were on display at this year's Greenbuild. These are more residentially-oriented products, compared to just try! buy canadian viagra online the rather many more products aimed more at the commercial building market.

Some are fairly prosaic, and will still be chiefly of interest to builders and professionals (unless you happen to be a fan of drywall or plumbing fixtures), but others are more interesting, like a Freewatt Plus microCHP unit (PDF) that is available both for forced air as well as hydronic installations in homes, although EcoGeek readers have known about microCHP plants for years.

Another new item is the Modlet, a web-addressable module that plugs into a conventional outlet and then allows you to monitor and control energy use through a browser. This should be reaching the market in the coming year with both online sales as well as retail.

Of course, it should still be noted that making a greener building is far more than just buying a few green products. The basic operation of a building can be enhanced by added green hardware, but a bad design can't be redeemed simply by including a few green elements. Fundamentals of good green design are still the most important part of creating an environmentally appropriate building.

via: Eco Home Magazine

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