Making small changes to your daily habits around the house can have a big impact on the environment.
And now, technology is making it even easier to reduce water, energy and food waste. This is helpful as more people are spending more time at home because of COVID-19.
Here are a few products that can help make your house the most sustainable one the block.
Reduce your family’s toilet paper use while bringing luxury to your bathroom. Already common in Europe, bidet seats are growing in popularity in the U.S.
This bidet seat includes a warm air dryer, LED night light and remote control. Just make sure you have an elongated toilet seat and power nearby.
We know fresh water is a limited resource. Adding a low-flow nozzle to your faucet is a quick and easy way to save water every time you wash your hands, brush your teeth or fill a glass.
Perfect for bathroom and kitchen faucets, the nozzle takes less than a minute to install.
If you want to limit your trips to the grocery store, what better way than to grow your own food at home! With an indoor garden, you can grow fresh vegetables and herbs in your own kitchen, even when there’s snow on the ground.
What’s really cool, is that this garden system is hydroponic, meaning plants grow using just water and light, no messy soil. And the LED lights cost just pennies a day to operate.
Have you ever wondered if you could get off the grid? Now you can. Harness the sun’s clean energy to power your home. The 10 versatile ports power everything from laptops to a refrigerator. That comes in handy these days as homes have more people in them working and learning.
Energy is stored in a state-of-the-art lithium battery system and can be monitored from your smart phone.
Check out all of the products in our new Sustainable Living category here.