Although the idea of living in the mountains seems like a prison sentence to some Americans, homes out in the middle of the wilderness can be extremely pleasing to some.
A new home in Vancouver, British Columbia, has been put on the market, and due to the inclusion of several key energy efficient products, the asking price has increased since it was first made available.
The use of solar energy to heat the water in homes is a relatively new practice, but one that many organizations, including the Clearwater, Florida Habitat for Humanity, have employed as a way for homeowners to save money on energy costs.
The Westerly, Rhode Island, Land Trust and the Greater Westerly-Pawcatuck Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a program that helped to highlight the benefits of going green and the positive effect it can have on small businesses.
The government of Ontario is working to help Canadian seniors have greater access to heating systems, as many of these individuals have been without an efficient source of warmth during winter months.
The current economy and weather events that have occurred led many Americans to tighten their wallets and to consider the impact that they have had on the environment.
Jill Greenberg is known for her varied styles of photography and unique sense of fashion, but the Hollywood, California resident may soon gain notoriety for her new home.
The neat rows of house in the highlands of Issaquah, Washington, seem like any other suburb around the country.
A residence in Wellesley, Massachusetts, was recently put on the market, as the 1895 home recently underwent a renovation that included the installation of a radiant heating system and a water softener.
A Menlo Park, California couple decided to go against the grain when making an addition to their home, as they decided to dig down to create more space instead of building up.