There are more than a few eco-friendly ways to heat your home, so we’ve compiled a list of some of the more popular alternatives to help you think sustainably and keep your home warm this winter.
Shoveling snow and salting walkways are to be expected, but if you really want to be prepared for winter and survive the wrath of Jack Frost, winterizing your roof is key.
Transforming your home into an energy-efficient space doesn't have to break the bank. Here are a few energy-efficient home improvements that offer the best bang for your buck.
For a home that shows off your wanderlust, here are a few creative ways to incorporate geography into your home-design aesthetic.
If you want to keep up with the Joneses—and with the interior design magazines—you need to have room to incorporate modern details that are both stylish and appropriate for your property.
You can’t predict where and when disaster will strike, which is why it’s crucial to be proactive and get prepared. These simple steps can help you survive a disaster.
Studies have shown that green homes sell faster and sell for more than comparable non-green properties, particularly in areas with high energy prices.
Eco-friendly doesn’t have to mean brand-spanking new. Historic properties come with colorful stories that make them worth every penny you spend on their upkeep. Here's some tips to save dollars on your home purchase over the long run.
Secluded, sustainable, self-sufficient: going off-grid’s been the ultimate American dream since the days of Thoreau. But these days, getting away from it all is obviously a bit trickier than just packing up and moving to a cabin in the woods. Here’s what to look for when you start shopping around.
Here are six of the cheapest and most profitable energy-saving projects for your home to keep your utility bills in check this winter.