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.
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 way! Learn how to protect projects from humidity by… Read More >
The change of seasons triggers homeowners. Not just 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 also a good… Read More >