Western red cedar was used to construct this window flower box project in one day. The naturally weather- and insect-resistant qualities of western red cedar wood make it an ideal choice for outdoor use. Download PDF Plans
A new tree can improve the look of a yard and add personality to a home.
A home energy audit is a vital first step in the process of making a home more energy efficient. This video follows one professional energy auditor as he uses the latest technology to scour a home for potential areas of energy loss.
Wood decks require routine maintenance to keep up their attractive, natural appearance. Follow these easy steps to keep your wood deck looking like new, year after year.
Baseboard heaters are heat and cooling loss culprits if left unsealed. Proper sealing requires little in the way of materials, but there are a few steps to take to access the units correctly.
Believe it or not, exterior walls can require sealing, too, especially in older homes. This is a straight-forward DIY job that can be completed in an afternoon.
One way to seal up a basement to improve a home's energy efficiency is to use Rigid Foam Insulation. Follow these steps to ensure correct installation and a proper fit.
Using spray foam insulation is an effective way to seal up a basement to improve the home's overall energy efficiency. This video will demonstrate the proper steps and techniques to effectively apply foam insulation in a basement energy upgrade project.
Basement windows are often a source of heat loss in a home. Follow the steps in this video to address the issue in your home.
All the outlets on the exterior walls of the home can contribute to higher heating and cooling bills. The steps in this video show how to properly insulate each outlet to maximize the home's energy efficiency.