A more energy efficient home is not only good for the environment, it can save you money on your utility bills. Watch this video to find out how to make your home more energy efficient by upgrading your heating and cooling system, hot water heater, windows, and insulation.
Living a green lifestyle is good for the environment and has health benefits, too, but buying eco-friendly products for your home can be expensive. Watch this video to find out how to save energy, conserve water, improve indoor air quality, and reduce waste without breaking your bank account.
These homeowners in Maine had heating bills as high as $1,400 a month in their historic 1890 home. Watch this video to see the steps they took to reduce their energy bills by installing energy efficient windows and doors and insulation.
Living an eco-friendly lifestyle is good for the environment, but it can also improve your health and save money on utility bills. Watch this video to find out how to improve indoor air quality in your home and reduce the amount of energy you use.
As the weather turns colder, drafts creeping in under doors and windowsills can really add to your heating bills. A draft dodger or draft snake helps seal out drafts and is an easy DIY project. Read on to find out how to make one for your home.
Owens Corning EcoTouch fiberglass insulation is both energy efficient and eco-friendly, since it’s formaldehyde free and made from 50% recycled materials. It’s also softer causing less skin irritation. Watch this video to find out more.
Pull down attic stairs can be a source of heat and cooling loss in your home. There are several options available to insulate an attic stair opening, including constructing a foam box and buying premade attic stair covers. Watch this video to find out more.