Green Renovation Resources
This is a place for us to keep a list of resources as we identify them.
http://www.thebrassknob.com/ - A small store front location in Adams Morgan and a larger warehouse at 1st and N, NW. This is where This Old House found some of the details for their DC rowhouse.
http://www.oldegoodthings.com/ - They rescue furniture, floors, windows, aluminum ceiling tiles, etc. from old buildings, refurbish as needed, and then sell at Eastern Market (as well as in NYC and PA).
Marmoleum – A natural linoleum made up of linseed oil, rosins, and wood flour, calendered onto a natural jute backing. Marmoleum Available at Eco-Green Living (1469 Church St), Georgetown Floors (3233 K St) and Classic Floor Designs Inc (2120 L St)
Radiant Floor Heat:
Sustainable Style Weblog: http://www.sustainablestyle.org/blog
Mi Casa, the non-profit that developed the This Old House DC project, did 1367 Meridian Pl, the same house as ours, in 1995. http://micasa-inc.org
National Building Museum Green Building Exhibit: http://www.nbm.org/Exhibits/greenHouse2/greenHouse.htm
National Kitchen and Bath Association: www.nkba.org
American Institute of Architects: www.aia.org
The ASID Sustainable Design Information Center: www.asid.org/resource/ Sustainable+Design+Information+ Center.htm