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December Brings More than Christmas: Inclement Weather Can Be More Costly Than Gifts

December is all about family, friends, decorations and exchanging presents on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, and of course, goodwill towards...

on Oct 24, 2020

The Lifespan of Exterior House Painting and What Affects It

The lifespan of an exterior house painting could vary on many different factors. A long one is important for the full functionality of the painting...

on Oct 22, 2020

What You Need for a Bathroom Renovation

Bathroom renovations are a common home improvement project. Not only do they make your bathroom more enjoyable, and improve the look of your home,...

on Oct 20, 2020

Top 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Vinyl Siding

Choosing vinyl siding for your home may seem like an obvious choice. Vinyl siding is well-known for its longevity and ease of maintenance, not...

on Oct 19, 2020

When Does It Make Sense to Fix Your Coffee Machine?

Is your coffee maker acting up? When appliances start malfunctioning, it is often hard to know what to do. Should you try fixing the item yourself...

on Oct 14, 2020

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Making the World Cleaner and Greener Using an Innovative Wind Power

Making the World Cleaner and Greener Using an Innovative Wind Power

by Guest on Mar 4, 2010

If you use a simple wind power design, you could start producing enough power to run all your domestic electrical appliances. With your personal wind power, you should be able to save a lot of money and decrease pollution as an extra benefit. Continue reading →

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Remodeling Your Home to Go Green

Remodeling Your Home to Go Green

by Jessica Ackerman on Mar 26, 2010

Creating a home that is friendly to the environment is very important, especially when those ideas save money and energy. Projects like this pay for themselves, which is important during these times of uncertainty, and protecting our environment is a key issue for many people worldwide. Continue reading →

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Go Green! Energy Efficient Appliances

Go Green! Energy Efficient Appliances

by Guest on Aug 3, 2010

If you’re looking to make your home a more energy-efficient place to live then you should update your household appliances with more energy-efficient models. What better place to start than in the kitchen, where many families spend the majority of their time cooking, cleaning, and socializing, by purchasing a new energy-efficient washing machine? Continue reading →

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DIY Home Build Solar System Guide

DIY Home Build Solar System Guide

by Guest on Dec 17, 2010

With this site I will tell you how I made my Home Build Solar System for a fraction of the shop price and how you can made your own system, it’s much more easy than you think. The building process is quiet simple (when you’ve got a little technical background) and the to be used materials you can mostly buy locally. Continue reading →

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Eco-Friendly DIY Guide

Eco-Friendly DIY Guide

by Guest on May 14, 2012

There comes a time where we’ll need to make a repair, an improvement, or style adjustment on our home in order to ensure that everything is working properly and looking its best. Continue reading →

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5 Things to Look for When Looking for Green Appliances

5 Things to Look for When Looking for Green Appliances

by Guest on Jun 26, 2012

Today, our lives revolve around electrical appliances. They have become an integral part of our daily activities. But with the benefits they bring, they also have some serious drawbacks. Electrical appliances use energy to run which is now slowly becoming a scarce resource. Continue reading →

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Solar Panels for the Home Save Money and Our Environment

Solar Panels for the Home Save Money and Our Environment

by Guest on Oct 16, 2012

The process of fitting solar panels in your house offers a barrage of positive benefits. This is a renewable energy source that takes advantage of the suns radiant light. As a result, it is not damaging to the environment around us. As well, solar panels can greatly reduce the cost of home utilities. Continue reading →

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Ideas for Recycled Furniture

Ideas for Recycled Furniture

by Nate Miller on Apr 17, 2013

Many of us are trying to upgrade our existing furniture and home decor style on a budget these days. As you probably know, one of the easiest ways to do this is to shop for vintage and used items. But what if you cannot find exactly what you need? Or perhaps you do not like the color schemes of vintage objects? Continue reading →

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How to Check if Your Solar Systems Need Repair

How to Check if Your Solar Systems Need Repair

by Guest on Jul 23, 2013

In the last few years, the use of solar appliances and solar products had shown a tremendous increase. The main reason may be that initially when these solar panels were firstly launched, then their prices were very much high. Continue reading →

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3 Types of Renewable Energy for Your Home

3 Types of Renewable Energy for Your Home

by Michele Duchet on Nov 8, 2013

Renewable energy consists of energy sources that do not have a finite supply. Energy that is created by the sun, wind, or running water can be used in perpetuity, unlike resources such as natural gas and oil which will eventually run dry. Renewable energy has a number of benefits over traditional energy resources. These energy sources help the environment, allow you to save money on your monthly utility budget, and create a more sustainable living environment. Here are three types of renewable e Continue reading →

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