Google searches turn up virtually anything imaginable, from the common to the most obscure. Analytics from searches on topics related to the environment reveal what Americans in different want to know most about green and sustainable living. SaveOnEnergy.com examined Google...
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A concrete home on Japan’s Okinawa Island uses concrete to protect against and capitalize on nature. Using a passive design, Ma of Wind by Japanese firm Ryuichi Ashizawa Architects attempts to bring outdoor elements into the interior as much as...
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Here's a handy checklist to help turn your garden into an eco-friendly paradise.
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As Frank Lloyd Wright put it, architects must be able to see the future to do their jobs properly. After all, it’s their job — along with designers, builders, and other stakeholders — to provide direction and creativity in the world of residential real estate.
Inexpensive landscaping improvements can add to home values and help increase salability.
The keys to success are a few simple actions that include professional evaluation, custom lawn treatments and lawn repair.
Your yard can still be the gem of the neighborhood and contribute to the stability of the natural environment instead of causing pollution.
Winter is waning, and spring is about to, well, spring. As flowers begin to bloom and trees sprout new leaves, evidence of the changing season is popping up across most of the country. For a large majority of home and building owners, that means it’s time to start thinking about landscaping projects, according to the U.S.
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Like a printer spraying ink on a page, IrriGreen ‘prints’ water in controlled patterns that keep grass uniformly green and save water.
Today's brands are bombarding consumers with hundreds of unsubstantiated claims and catchy phrases in hopes of persuading them to buy a certain product.