While many people think that they are immune to allergens and other harmful pollutants in the air when they are inside their home, it may be time to reconsider this notion.
Government initiatives, building grants and an rise of public interest have led developers to try to market houses that contain clean air and reduce energy costs.
This was the first house that was built as part of the Build Smart, Breathe Easier national program, introduced to try and educate and provide housing for families in need.
Whether you struggle to block sound out when you're working from home or you simply desire a quieter environment, learn about the sources of and solutions to a loud atmosphere.
Reducing your wasted heat and cooled air can save you a lot on your energy bills throughout the year.
Protect your home and all the improvements you've made to it over the years by preventing soil erosion from eating away your yard and damaging your house.
Take small steps to reduce your monthly energy bill without too much hassle.
Homeowners can conduct energy audits of their houses to discover areas that can improve the buildings' overall efficiency.
Compost heaps are a sustainable way to use waste materials to improve the quality of soil at a house for plants and gardens.
Some old methods of heating and cooling are just as effective today as they were then and can be used with modern technology for the perfect home climate regulation solution.