Going Green: Eco-Friendly Home Improvement and Building Products

Want to go green on your next home improvement project? Take a look at Carter Oosterhouse's favorite eco-friendly (and often economical) supplies and materials.

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<strong>Rubber Mulch</strong>

Made from 100-percent recycled tires, rubber mulch is suitable to use on most landscapes. It has several benefits: a safe play surface for children, prevents weeds, does not attract insects and water and air can easily flow through it.

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