USGBC, Better Homes and Gardens launch green home sweepstakes

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and Better Homes and Gardens have launched the $25,000 Save Money, Save Energy Green Home Makeover Sweepstakes. Designed to draw readers to actionable tips and advice for green home living, the sweepstakes ends August 15 and will run across the Better Homes and Gardens network of magazines and websites.

"Green building has become a tried and true way to live healthier and conserve resources while saving money, and homeowners are looking for the latest and greatest strategies for creating and maintaining a green home," said Nate Kredich, vice president of residential market development, USGBC, in a press release. "The sweepstakes provides a platform for offering useful, expert-vetted advice from our GreenHomeGuide.com website to households across the country, while giving readers a chance at winning a cash prize of $25,000."

Expert advice from GreenHomeGuide.com and Better Homes and Gardens will teach readers everything from ways to cut energy and water consumption, to strategies for improving air quality. A featured tips and product guide describes the various benefits of sustainable living, and how using numerous products from sponsors GAF, Kohler, Lutron, Sherwin-Williams and Teragren can help homeowners meet their green living needs.

"The sweepstakes combines our dedication to providing our 40 million-plus audience with engaging and inspiring content for her home and the life she creates there with an opportunity to make homes across the country more healthy," said Janell Pittman, general manager BHG.com, in the release.

For more information, see our Green Home Remodeling Research Center.


Topics: Indoor Air Quality, Landscaping, Lighting, Remodeling, Water Saving Devices

Companies: Lutron, Sherwin-Williams, U.S. Green Building Council, Better Homes and Gardens


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