• <h4 class="dechead">On One Hand: Going Green Will Save Money

    Going green can help save you a money. Green appliances and practices are geared towards using less fossil fuels and lowering your energy consumption. This means over time your energy and water bills will be less and you will spend less on things like fuel and batteries.

    On the Other: Going Green Can Be Expensive

    Making the necessary changes to have an entirely green lifestyle can be costly. Oftentimes, green appliances, hybrid vehicles and environmentally friendly products are more costly to purchase.

    Bottom Line

    Overall, going green is beneficial because in the long-term you will save more money than you invest. To lessen the impact going green has on your budget start with smaller changes and slowly integrate new appliances, products and transportation little by little. Additionally, many green products can be found online for more comparable prices.


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