Part of embracing a green philosophy is to adopt our everyday lifestyle. Reducing the consumption of electricity, natural gas or propane means we are also reducing the emission of greenhouse gases. Innovations in the field have made solar powered items more practical for today’s homeowner.
Our master bedroom addition is finally finished and will be featured in a special two-part series on Today’s Homeowner that will air in October. This unique “restful retreat” incorporates some unusual features and products that are sure to set it apart from the run of the mill bedroom.
This week marks the start of the 10th season of Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford. The popular home improvement show is now on over 200 television stations nationwide. It has been given a bright new look in honor of the occasion, including an updated intro, enhanced graphics, and original theme music composed by Nashville’s 615 Music studio.
Everyone is always talking about how busy life is these days. Well, if my recent schedule is any indication, they’re right. Our 10th season of Today’s Homeowner starts next week, and we’re really pumped about it. I just reviewed the first show of the new season and it’s awesome, the best we’ve ever done.
Heating water is the second largest single user of energy in the home. While we all enjoy a soothing hot shower, rising energy costs—along with their adverse environmental impact—make it a good time to take a closer look at the various options now available.
Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford kicks off its 10th season the week of September 24-30, 2007. To celebrate this milestone, the show has undergone a makeover of its own with bold new graphics, exciting original music and other surprises.
Carpet is sold by the square yard, which is equivalent to an area 3 feet by 3 feet. Waste is usually figured at 10% but may be changed to any amount desired. To see how many square yards you would need, enter the measurements of your room in our calculator.
Nothing is more annoying than having to walk through a waterfall coming off your roof to reach the front door every time it rains. Fortunately, installing a sheet metal rain diverter provides an easy and inexpensive solution to the problem. Read on to find out how.