Eco-Friendly Material Suppliers Muscatine IA

Using green building supplies is a way to make a green home even more environmentally-friendly in Muscatine. From recycled products to energy efficient equipment, there are endless avenues of sustainability and efficiency at the eco-friendly material suppliers below in Muscatine, IA that give access to the full range of eco-friendly building materials.

Wilson True Value Hdw
(563) 264-3201
1420 Park Ave
Muscatine, IA
 
Farm & Fleet of Muscatine
563-263-6615
3300 North Highway 61 Muscatine, IA, 52761
Muscatine, IA
 
White Distribution & Supply
(563) 263-4972
3702 Park Ave
Muscatine, IA
 
Edgington True Value
(309) 795-1390
13924 134th Ave W
Taylor Ridge, IL
 
Hayman's Westside Ace Hardware
(563) 323-8553
1716 W 4th St, Corner of 4th and Division
Davenport, IA
 
Fastenal- Muscatine
563-262-9287
2007 Grandview Ave Muscatine, IA, 52761
Muscatine, IA
 
Muscatine - Auth Hometown
(563) 263-6541
103 Ford Ave
Muscatine, IA
Store Hours
Hometown Dealers
Store Type
Hometown Dealers
Hours
Mon:9-19
Tue:9-19
Wed:9-19
Thu:9-19
Fri:9-19
Sat:9-18
Sun:12-17
Store Features
Mon:9-19
Tue:9-19
Wed:9-19
Thu:9-19
Fri:9-19
Sat:9-18
Sun:12-17

Dick-N-Sons Lumber
(563) 381-3220
235 N. Oak Ln.
Blue Grass, IA
 
Kel Welco/Tool Hospital
724 West 2nd Street Davenport, IA, 52802
Davenport, IA
 
White Cap- Davenport
(563) 386-2922
724 West Second Street Davenport, IA, 52802
Davenport, IA
 

More Eco-Friendly Options for Small Budgets (Part 2)

If you’re like most people these days, you’re keeping your home improvement budget to a minimum. So how can you make the most of a limited budget? When it comes to making your home more eco-friendly, there are several small changes you can make that create a big impact. Here are five ways you can improve your home, spend less, and go green at the same time!

Big Changes with Small Budgets

  1. Try to find alternatives to store-bought green remedies. For example, if you want solar energy but can’t afford upwards of $1500 for solar panel installation, consider getting the plans online and building your own. It’ll cost around $200 or less and it’s easy enough for anyone with basic handy skills.
  2. Start small and work your way up. As you make changes and your home becomes more eco-friendly, you will save more money on your expenses. Use that savings to make bigger and better changes over time, until you are able to save more and do everything on your list. It might take awhile, but when you are limited on funds it is a great solution.
  3. Shop at a ReStore or Used materials supplier. Just because you’re doing renovations to your home, you don’t need brand new items…plus, buying used supplies and fixtures is better for the environment. Visit your local resale supplier to see what items you can pick up used. You’ll find everything from replacement windows to light fixtures and everything in between.
  4. Take classes at your local hardware store. Typically, these stores offer seminars on various home improvement projects from time to time. Since the current concern of most people is going green, a lot of workshops will focus on DIY green projects that you can do for less than you’d pay professionals.
  5. Reuse and recycle.  Many things can be done to improve your home using recycled materials. Build a backyard gazebo or a driveway breakfast nook using materials from other parts...

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