Saving Money With Salvaged Materials

As Alex reported 9/10/2011 on Property Source Radio.  – Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, Sept 6, 2011

Clients who are remodeling can help the environment by using salvaged building materials, which saves energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Green Building Web site. Clients may also be able to find rare and sought-after pieces like marble mantles, antique fixtures, old-growth hardwoods, wide-plank lumber, and knot-free fine-grain wood.

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