Unplugging your electronics may provide you a little cost savings on your next utility bill.
We share why we chose to have a dug well versus drilled and why we chose an ICF constructed house over standard stud style.
Here are 5 simple and clever tips to repurpose a majority of our household waste, like food, clothes or furniture.
We revisit a past episode, where Chris McClellan (aka Uncle Mud) discusses how to build a home out of natural materials and the legal nuances that come with these structures.
Follow the steps to build an earthbag structure using dirt from your yard for an environmentally friendly building option.
If you’re looking for a home-building material that will last several hundred years, that you can maintain easily, and that uses mostly locally available materials, lightweight concrete fits the bill.
Check out these six budget-friendly ways to access home cleaning products and personal hygiene items when everything in the grocery store is sold out.
Investing in a new, energy-efficient furnace may save money in the long run, especially with increasing fuel costs. Includes examples of savings in different climates, features that make gas and oil furnaces efficient and the importance of getting the right size furnace to optimize performance.
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