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Is Your Property Green?

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Hamlin1234 | 19 Jan 2012, 02:18 PM Agree 0
Everyone is talking about "green", and you are likely to encourage "green" your property to follow the latest trend in the market. A property "green" is good for the value of your property because of the increasing drive towards this direction, and even if it is not adding value, the property of "green" is also a good investment for your own health and well - being.

So, how do you "green" your home? Your home may be 20 years old already, and you are not going to restructure the entire house, more so if your house is actually flat. You can not just tear down the walls or anything, as will affect the whole apartment block. What can you do?
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