When it comes to the state of our planet, each one of us can do something to reduce our carbon footprint — start with these garden design tips. The post 5 Garden Design Tips for a Green, Beautiful Backyard appeared first on Today’s Homeowner.
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You can save hundreds of dollars each year with these simple, energy-efficient lifestyle tweaks.
Your bathroom uses a lot of water and electricity every day, and this seemingly innocent beauty-and-hygiene space can result in a lot of wasted energy! Here are 5 ways to have an eco-friendly bathroom.
Why trash Christmas trees? Instead, recycle them, allowing them to naturally return to the earth. Here are tips on how to reuse real Christmas trees.
If you live in a poorly insulated, energy-inefficient home, you might be eligible for government help. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Weatherization Assistance Program funds grants that provide free weatherization services to low-income homeowners.
Ready for rain harvesting? These five points can help you decide which rainfall management solutions are right for you.
You don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to make your home more eco-friendly.
A heating solution that’s green and affordable? It’s possible! Here are some money-saving tips.