and Carlisle Wide Plank Floors Launch Web-Based Green Building Education Center

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Web Site Helps Consumers Build and Remodel in Greener Fashion.

Green Living Ideas, the world's most comprehensive green living Web site containing information on over 200 different categories of green and sustainable living information, and Carlisle Wide Plank Floors (, a leading manufacturer of sustainable products including 100% Post-Consumer Reclaimed Antique Wood, announced today Carlisle's exclusive sponsorship of the green and sustainable flooring education center within's Green Building category. The content under the site's Green Building/Flooring section will provide consumers looking to "go green" with information that can help them make environmentally-conscious, sustainable decisions when it comes to the flooring uses in their green home building and remodeling projects.

Through this endeavor, Green Living Ideas and Carlisle seek to jointly educate consumers on topics relevant to consumer health and environmental sustainability, such as renewable/reclaimed wood flooring options, flooring options for healthy homes, and best practices on floor installation, sealing, and long-term care and maintenance.

The main page of the Flooring section of the Green Living Ideas Web site, for which Carlisle is the exclusive sponsor, is located at All information on the site is provided by objective expert authors and "Green Gurus," and is provided to visitors at no-cost thanks to Carlisle's advertising support.

"At Carlisle Wide Plank Floors, we've always believed that being 'green' means the responsible and accountable use -- and reuse -- of all our natural resources," stated Don Carlisle, President of Carlisle Wide Plank floors. "Sustainability has always been a guiding principle at Carlisle, so we are thrilled to have the opportunity to support Green Living Ideas in providing consumers with this kind of valuable information for their green building projects."

"We're very excited to have Carlisle as our partner in presenting this information to our eco-conscious consumer audience," said Sean Daily, founder and CEO of Green Living Ideas. "Carlisle is one of the few flooring companies in the world that has, from its inception, demonstrated a sincere and demonstrable commitment to environmentally-responsible manufacturing practices, and as such they were a natural fit for this category of the site."

About Carlisle Wide Plank Flooring
Every aspect of business at Carlisle Wide Plank Floors is based on their founding principles of sustainability and stewardship. Carlisle's FSC certified 100% Post-Consumer Reclaimed Antique Wood comes from structures that have been slated for demolition. The structures, many of which are hundreds of years old, are dismantled board by board and then handcrafted to live a second life as a floor. For over 40 years, Carlisle has hand selected and milled traditional wide plank flooring to create unique environments and lifestyles for its customers. Carlisle operates Design Centers in Stoddard, NH, Denver, CO, Atlanta, GA, and a fourth location will open later this year in West Hollywood, CA. For more information on the wide variety of Carlisle 100% Post-Consumer Reclaimed Antique Wood or any of other wide plank floors, visit or call 800-595-9663.

About Green Living Ideas
Green Living Ideas is an online educational resource providing consumers the information they need to improve the environmental sustainability of every aspect of their lives, including green homes, hybrid cars, and everything in between. Green Living Ideas empowers consumers in the process of 'going green' by providing them information on the specific products, technologies, and lifestyle practices that they can employ to lower their carbon impact and their overall impact on the planet. For more information, visit or call 877-548-4733.

Press Contacts:
Dana Smith
(877) 548-4733

Cindy Boynton
Carlisle Wide Plank Flooring
(800) 595-9663


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