As water grows scarcer, water prices will skyrocket and municipalities will levy stricter measures to reduce usage. To keep your water bill down and our planet abundant with this most precious resource, follow these four water-friendly steps in your home.
Renovate Your World shares 21 earth-friendly ideas for making your home more energy efficient in 2012.
Home composting is good for you and your family, your garden and the planet. Here are the basics.
Purchasing pricier environmentally sustainable household items now might very well save the green on trees and in your wallet into the future.
As the nation rushes to add renewable energy to its power portfolio, a growing chorus of homeowners and others are expressing concerns about how industrial wind projects are affecting health, safety, lifestyle and property values.
Whether you want to save energy to save money or save the planet, there are many things you can do.
Mold is a persistent enemy to the home that can pose health risks and damage property if not dealt with appropriately. Fortunately, there are a number of ways homeowners can combat this nuisance.
As awareness of our home environment grows and the green building movement evolves, homeowner expectations of a healthy living space have grown. A recent study and a new federal program put increased emphasis on the message that homes need to be healthy for their occupants.
Water filtration systems play a vital role in the integrity of a home’s water supply. Selecting the right system starts with knowing one’s water and understanding the wide variety of filters and systems available on the market.
Residential air purifiers and cleaners can make important improvements to the home’s indoor air quality. A variety of whole-home systems and portable models are available to address unhealthy air caused by particulates and off-gasses.