The “Green House” tale

By Advertiser, in Algarve · 03-04-2020 01:00:00 · 2 Comments
The “Green House” tale

With our planet facing more challenges than ever before, Casa Verde International is here to guide Algarve residents into making a difference.

Climate change, extreme weather patterns and the continual rising costs of energy means 2020 must be the year for more people to actively “go green”.
With over 20 years’ experience in the renewable energy sector, the Casa Verde mission has helped many customers become more energy efficient, by offering a growing range of the best technology, to reduce your carbon footprint and save money.
The Algarve claims over 300 days of sunshine per year, which gives you a huge opportunity to cut high electricity costs whilst supporting Portugal in achieving carbon-neutrality by 2050. The team at Casa Verde can help anyone constructing a new property, renovating an older one or just improving their existing home.

Why not discover your future potential when it comes to reducing your utility bills and carbon footprint. Let the friendly surveyors assess your home and give it a free complete energy “health check”.
Premium solutions from Casa Verde include: photovoltaic systems, ProPERLA exterior coating, hot water systems, solar pool pumps and heating, air conditioning and solar car-charging ports.
Start the journey now by calling +351 289 012 373 or email enquiries@casaverde-int.com for more information on these exceptional renewable products. All have manufacturer guarantees and give additional peace of mind, knowing you are heading for a cleaner more sustainable future.
“Every day we work to ensure delivery of the best solutions, setting the pace in our industry to benefit customers and the planet. With current lock-down across Europe, this gives you time to reflect on the Algarve and your surroundings. It is said out of every crisis comes an opportunity. What will you do?”



Comments:

Well it does say 'By Advertiser' at the very top of the article. Papers need advertisers to pay for their costs and to stay in business. I just wish I could find somewhere near me that I can regularly pick up a free copy.

by David Clark from UK on 09-04-2020 09:44:00

I am not commenting on an “article”, because this is not an objective piece of reportage. It is blatant marketing, and no doubt paid for by the company. The Portugal News has to make a decision about whether it wants the respect of its readers or intends to change its name to The Portugal Advertiser.

by Jude Irwin from Beiras on 04-04-2020 10:04:00
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