Silos can make good houses as well as storing grain.
Making green decisions during construction and furnishing of your house can save you money and reduce your carbon footprint on the world around you.
Everyone is always looking to save money and cut costs when they can, especially in an area with a harsh climate. There are a few tips you can use to make sure your house stays as warm as efficiently possible.
In the search for a fully sustainable home, many of the designs have grown smaller to reduce their footprint on the environment. Effectively managing your space allows you to cut back on excessive costs and leads to a more comfortable life at home.
Innovations like radiant heating utilize the properties of energy to create an efficient form of heated flooring, but there's no reason to stop there. Green technologies can be implemented everywhere.
Wood has been one of the main constructive resources used in mankind's buildings for many years. It may be the next material used in the skyscrapers of the future.
Hydro-Floors take swimming pools to a whole new level.
With spring just around the corner, homeowners have the perfect excuse to remodel their houses.
Imagine a home in which families would not have to purchase additions when a new member joined or worry about having to force children to share rooms as they grow older.
Whether you're hosting a large dinner party or housing guests for the weekend, one area of your home will be frequented throughout the duration of your visitors' stay: the bathroom.