Green 3D Home Brings the Power of the Internet to Green Living

, CA (PressExposure) April 13, 2009 -- The environment is a top-of-mind issue for many people today. The Internet provides a way for people to learn environmental news, find tips for living green and a way to connect with likeminded individuals to raise environmental awareness. Until now, however, there has never been a web site that has focused on a clear and understandable way that individuals can make a big difference. At Green 3D Home, homeowners can get an in depth and personal look at their own energy consumption.

“The founding partners of Green 3D Home were motivated to help homeowners understand what a big impact they have on the environment,” said John Hayes, President of ENGINEERING.com. “Most people don’t realize that the energy they consume at home creates more pollution than the cars they drive.”

The innovative approach to green living at Green 3D Home uses the individual visitor’s information and shows them what they can do to save energy. The information is specific and targeted to real homeowner scenarios, so visitors can get started right away. A unique feature of Green 3D Home is the availability of a free 3D home modeling software program that allows a user to create a 3D model of their home. In a future release, visitors will be able to use that 3D model to test different energy consumption scenarios.

Green 3D Home brings real, usable information to those who are interested in decreasing their energy consumption and addressing environmental issues. There is a great deal more to the site for interested members including an active green community for discussions of green homes and a green builder’s directory. These resources bring a practical approach to developing green solutions to the problems of global climate change.

40 Village Centre Place Mississauga, Ontario Canada, L4Z 1V9. USA, Phone: 9052739991280, Mobile: 4168170241, Email: hayesjohn26@gmail.com website: www.green3dhome.com

Press Release Submitted On: April 10, 2009 at 12:20 pm
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