You’ve heard about the value of a kitchen remodel or finishing up the master bathroom. Now it’s time to consider something that can have a big impact on the health and longevity of your home environment.
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.
Winterizing is a win-win. It’s generally inexpensive to do, and it has the potential to save you money on energy bills. Not to mention, make your home more comfortable for the winter months.
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 >
How to Protect Your DIY 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 way! Learn… Read More >
You may not realize it, but you could be driving up the cost of living in your home. By practicing what these common household myths suggest, you are using more energy, not less. The good news is that you can… Read More >
There are many things a homeowner can do to improve energy savings. Improved energy efficiency has many benefits including lower utility bills, extending the life of some home appliances, and a positive impact on the environment.Try some of these… Read More >
Is the comfort and health of your home’s air under control? Dry air can be a problem in almost any home, but it is most problematic during the colder months. When cool, outdoor air is brought inside and heated, moisture… Read More >