Guest Blogger These columns are the work of our guest bloggers who want to share their expert green opinions on a range of topics.
Every family should have a kitchen that is not only functional but beautiful and filled with warmth.
If the Holy Grail of furnace manufacturers is to wring every last BTU of heat out of the fuel that feeds the products they make, they are pretty close.
You can limit a home’s environmental impact by using green building materials, which helps to reduce the home’s carbon footprint.
Even the most astute homeowners can fail to plan for backdrafting, a potentially deadly phenomenon that can turn your home into a hub for dangerous gasses.
Consider lower energy costs vs. the initial investment, as well as the benefits of reducing use of non-renewable energy before making the switch.
Replacing your windows is an investment so it’s important to know all you can about it.
Roof materials can either make or break the home’s ability to withstand climate shift events.
Creating healthier living spaces is paramount for informed consumers.
Products that use energy from the sun are transforming the world of gardening just as they are doing in other industries.
Regardless of where you live, you may want to find a green apartment that you can rent if you're a really eco-conscious consumer.
Those of us with a flair for furnishing and an eye towards the environment often find the two clashing.
Even with the best level of care, there will come a time when a roof will have to be replaced.
Today’s responsible homeowners are continually looking for ways to make their homes, and their lifestyles, more environmentally friendly, efficient and enjoyable.
Throughout North America, there are many beautiful, living roofs dotting our urban landscape that also require care.
As of April 16, new water heaters must abide by the Department of Energy’s updated energy efficiency standards.
With solar energy on the rise, a hope for a sustainable future isn’t just near--it’s here.
The entire process of getting hot water through a house from a centralized water heater and the associated plumbing consumes a substantial amount of water and energy.
A beautifully landscaped yard can up the value of your property and gives you a reason to spend time outdoors surrounded by nature; great for mind, body and soul.
Being a “green” homeowner means buying less, reusing more, and making do with what the Earth gives us - recognizing both its limitations and our own.
Mold and mildew are among the most unpleasant problems that you might have to deal with at home.