It can be tough at first, but by consistently choosing to incorporate eco-friendly principles and practices, you can start down a lifelong path of greener living and creating a better environment for generations to come.
We’d all like to believe that the air quality inside our homes is clean and healthy for the whole family. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, however, our indoor air quality can actually be up to five times worse than that of outdoor air.
Planning on home renovations this summer? Don’t let them steal your sunshine! Here are some easy yet effective summer home projects that you can complete in less than a week—perfect if you’re tight on time and want to keep your… Read More >
Earth Day vs. Arbor Day. Why do we even need these two holidays? Well, for one, these aren’t just holidays that were invented to sell greeting cards. In fact, part of their goal is to reduce the number of greeting… Read More >
Earth, it’s our home. And we—all 7.6 billion of us—share in the responsibility of keeping that home clean and in order. It may sound like an overwhelming challenge, but it becomes easier when everyone does their part. Earth Day, which… Read More >
Water is as important to us as the air we breathe. Use this DIY water filter to teach your kids about rain harvesting.
The woes of winter heating costs are upon us. But fighting your energy bill doesn’t have to be an annual thing. Winter energy savings are possible and have a simple solution: humidifier. How does a humidifier help contribute to winter… Read More >
Alexa hacks for Aprilaire products There are a number of Amazon Alexa skills out there that you can use to your advantage, creating a healthier, more efficient home for you and your family. Of course, none are more beneficial to… Read More >
Energy bills can skyrocket during the summer. Constant heat and humidity make your cooling system run constantly, using large amounts of electricity – but there are ways to lessen the impact.
Technology in the home has evolved rapidly in recent years, making housekeeping tasks easier and more efficient than ever. But, are these new ways of completing familiar tasks worth the hassle?