Matt Grocoff

Matt Grocoff

Contributing Writer

Matt Grocoff, Esq. LEED-GA has been honored with the 2012 Michigan Green Leader Award and is founder of Thrive - Net Zero Energy Consulting Collaborative, host of Greenovation.TV, a contributor to The Environment Report on Public Radio, the green renovation expert for Old House Web, and a sought after lecturer. His home is America's oldest net-zero energy home and was called "Sustainable Perfection" by The Atlantic, and honored as one of USA Today's seven "Best Green Homes of 2010″ and Preservation Project of the Year. He has eliminated his energy bill forever and drives a Chevy Volt powered by the sunshine that hits his roof. Join him onGoogle+, Twitter, Facebook, and GreenovationTV

Recent posts:
Matt Grocoff
Aug
18
2016
Concrete is cheap, but it's ugly, isn't eco-friendly, and attracts a lot of heat. Black Locust wood pavers solve all those problems.
Matt Grocoff
Aug
04
2016
Older homes can be costly to update, particularly when it comes to adding modern energy efficiency. Learn which new loan includes those costs.
Matt Grocoff
Jun
23
2016
Wondering just what's in the products your home is made with? Learn what might be hiding there and how to find healthy home products.
Matt Grocoff
Jun
09
2016
Whether you're looking to repurpose your own old windows or found some you want to give new life to, read on for 9 great ways to use salvaged windows.
Matt Grocoff
May
26
2016
Looking for a guide to historic paint colors? Learn all about Queen Anne-, Craftsman-, and Georgian-style paint colors, plus much more.