While there are endless ways to incorporate “green living” into your daily life--through the food you eat, the clothes you wear, and the cleaning products you use--we are going to focus on becoming more eco-friendly in your own backyard.
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.
Don’t close up the yard shed just yet! You can make the winter and next spring easier on yourself by tackling a few more projects this weekend.
How to protect your DIY Home Projects from Humidity You’re a DIYer. When the house needs fixing, you pick up a hammer – not the phone. You have the tools, the skills and the motivation. Don’t let humidity take that… Read More >
Seasonal Maintenance The change of seasons triggers homeowners. Not just an allergy trigger but as triggers to remind them when to do seasonal maintenance on their homes. Spring seasonal maintenance includes: cleaning gutters, downspouts, and heating and cooling systems. It’s… Read More >