By Ruth Barton
As demand for air conditioning continues to increase, discover how to reduce the impact it has on the environment.
By Alec Weaver
Learn how to build a straw bale home by downloading this free guide.
Shelter Publications’ new book has all manner of roaming, tiny dwellings to spark your inner wanderlust.
Considering induction cooking as an eco-friendly alternative to cooking with electricity? Can’t begin to contemplate spending $3,000 on a stove? This article will run down how you can integrate the hottest new tech in cooking into your kitchen without winning the lottery.
I love my two-story log cabin, which combines recycled and an array of green building materials.
By Ruth Barton
This article explores the nature of the staycation, if it is indeed a greener option and ways to vacation in a more eco-friendly manner.
Building Biology advises us to look for a successful history of use when choosing building materials but in our ever changing product-based building environment we seldom have the luxury of evaluating track record. This becomes quickly apparent when vetting new products for client’s homes. I recently called a major manufacturer to find out what was in a new product developed to prevent mold growth on framing lumber.
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