Greenspiration Home Launches Homeowner Website for Building, Renovating & Decorating Green
The NEW GreenspirationHome.com educates homeowners about green building, renovating, and decorating in a unique and easy-to-understand, homeowner-to-homeowner format. Content is based on actual homeowner experience that readers can relate to.
- (1888PressRelease) February 28, 2011 - Homeowners learning from other homeowners - that's what the new Greenspiration Home website is all about!
Greenspiration Home LLC is pleased to announce its new website at http://www.greenspirationhome.com, a homeowner-to-homeowner resource for building green.
Visitors to site will find real world advice on green homebuilding, renovating, and even decorating. Most important, this advice comes directly from a living, breathing homeowner who has actually 'been there, done that.'
"Each week we'll be writing about homeowners' actual experiences applying green strategies," said Greenspiration Home LLC, owner and publisher, Trish Holder. "What goes wrong, what goes right. Homeowners need a site like that."
Holder and her husband, Mark Raines, are the owners of the original Greenspiration Home, the highly publicized Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) registered green showcase house in Greensboro, NC. Holder admits that she and her husband faced many challenges building this home, not the least of which was finding contractors who were familiar with some of the new products and technologies that were applied.
"We learned so much that could save other homeowners time, money and frustration. So we decided to keep on talking and invite other homeowners to share their experiences too."
According to Holder, a professional writer and marketing consultant for the construction industry, most homeowners don't even know the right questions to ask their builders and contractors when it comes to building green. And most builders and contractors are more likely to stick with what they know, leaving many greener opportunities untapped.
"We want to arm homeowners with knowledge so they can speak with greater authority and confidence to their builders and contractors about their green aspirations," said Holder.
Visitors to the site can expect advice on everything from selecting heating and cooling systems to how to care for sustainable rugs. The blogs are conversational, entertaining, and even funny.
The website includes several unique advertising opportunities, among which include Case Study sponsorships and Greenspiration Home's signature FanADtic sponsorship, which is open to any individual, company, or organization that supports the publication's heartfelt mission to educate homeowners. Media kits are available upon request.
For more information about Greenspiration Home or the website, go to http://www.greenspirationhome.com.