Eco-tecture Resource Guide

Our sponsors make creating an eco-friendly and energy efficient home easier than ever.

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Delta

Delta& believes there is a better way to live with water. From magnetic docking spray wands that stay put, to a touch activated faucet that makes life easier when your hands are messy. When paired with beautiful design, it's easy to understand why Delta is more than just a faucet. deltafaucet.com

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Jeld-Wen

Living near the coast, you seem to have it all. Your home, however, is subject to extreme weathering. JELD-WEN® provides peace-of-mind in coastal conditions with aluminum clad AuraLast wood windows and doors. Vinyl windows and fiberglass doors also provide worryfree and energy efficient options with lasting beauty and style. For more information, visit jeld-wen.com.

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Johns Manville

Johns Manville is the only manufacturer to offer a complete line of certified Formaldehydefree™ fiber glass building insulation. Reducing the amount of formaldehyde in the home can provide improved indoor air quality and a healthier environment for those inside. Visit JMhomeowner.com for more information.

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Marvin

Create windows and doors uniquely your own. Whether remodeling, replacing or building new. Get inspired by the myMarvin Project artists, or start organizing your own projects with the new Online Remodeling Planner at myMarvin.com.

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Uponor

With several industry-recognized green products to save water, energy and our natural resources, Uponor plumbing, fire sprinkler and radiant floor heating and cooling systems help build sustainable homes that provide the ultimate in comfort, convenience and peace of mind. To learn more, go to uponor-usa.com or call 800-321-4739.

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100 Comfy Cottage Rooms 

Develop your coastal cottage’s style by following these simple tricks.

Lacy curtains, fresh florals, and plenty of monogrammed pillows are just a few of the feminine touches that give this room its calming and sweet mood. Pieces scored at thrift stores and flea markets were refreshed with paint, then artfully applied to achieve the shabby-chic distressed look.