Crawling up next to the fire, snuggling in a favorite hoodie and gulping freshly brewed hot chocolate are all well-known ways to stay warm this winter, but there are several other, energy-efficient ways in which individuals can keep their houses toasty though outside temperatures may be chilly.
When you need to get away from it all - particularly in the frigid wintertime - the bathroom might be the first place you go to escape the cold and relax.
For many people, the start of a new year marks the perfect time to make some major changes - not just to their lifestyle, but also to their home.
Dave Yates is passionate about the positive impact that radiant heating can have - so much so that he's teaching a course on it.
Not all celebrities value extravagance over the environment.
When moving into an older home, there are undoubtedly some updates that will need to be completed to make the house more cost-efficient and comfortable.
Restaurant owners are continually looking for ways to cut costs while also improving the experience of their patrons.
Contrary to the home-buying trend of purchasing a larger property previous to the housing bust and recession, now individuals are focusing on using smaller spaces more effectively. It's not hard to find a news story about an extreme and tiny home that folds up like a Rubik's Cube.
If you're a homeowner who is looking to improve the sustainability of your property, one of the first places to consider revamping is the kitchen. As a primary space in any home, this room has considerable potential for wasting energy and resources if not properly outfitted.
When you're looking to select the right flooring material for a bathroom, there are more than a few variables to consider.