Sign up for Rocky Mountain Power’s Renewable Energy program and you’ll help reduce your carbon footprint without even making that extra trip to the recycling can. Yes, it’s a little more expensive, but eat lunch in one day a week and we’ll call it even.
We knew that we wanted to incorporate green into the remodel, and an easy and way to do that was with blown-in cellulose, a product that is made from recycled newspapers, magazines, etc. The texture is truly like basic recycled papers so when they do ceilings, they put a simple screen in the joists to hold it. I first learned about it from one of my editors Erin Bean in Utah Style & Design.
The bonus is that unlike many green options, it was actually less expensive! Add in the fact that you have no toxic VOCs etc and you are sitting pretty. We used and recommend Bonded Insulation located in Murray. It only took two days to do and they were very clean and tidy.
It’s been a while, yes a long while. No, prolonged mourning for our hamster was not the reason I haven’t updated for FOUR MONTHS (how embarrassing) but merely I’ve been overwhelmed with work, family, the holidays and now thank goodness, MOVING INTO THE HOUSE!
Yes, we are in, there is still plenty of work to do, but I’ll bring you all up to speed in no time flat. Thanks for your support and for continuing to check on the progress.
XO, H, J & A and the animals