As the temperature gets higher, so do our energy bills! It costs US homeowners more than $11 billion a year to use an air conditioner and puts roughly 100 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. That’s an average of two tons per air conditioned home! Here’s how a fan can help change that.
It’s another new year – the perfect time to make a fresh start and set plans to achieve new goals. As you put the finishing touches on your resolutions, this is a great time to consider adding a few energy-saving commitments to the list. Taking small steps throughout the year can lead to big results – not only helping lower your energy bills but also helping to protect the planet.
The Dyna-Glo 25,000 BTU portable convection gas-fired heater is are designed to provide a consistent, long-term solution for space heating. Ideal for workshops or construction sites, convection heaters operate using a standard 20-lb. liquid propane tank (tank sold separately). These heaters do not require electricity for operation. Heats an area up to 600 square feet. Regulator and regulator assembly included.
For the avid DIYer in you, the winter season may cause a little anxiety while you’re cooped up inside and unable to tackle those outdoor projects you’d love to finish. The good news, however, is that the inside of your home needs just as much DIY attention as the outside – sometimes more – and the winter is the perfect time to tackle these projects.
Installing or fixing a faucet can seem like a daunting task. But, in many cases homeowners can update the kitchen and bath themselves – all you need are the right tools, good judgment and a little time to devote to the project.
As the new year kicks off, it’s the premier time to refresh and refocus on certain aspects of your life … and the home is no exception. Say goodbye to lackluster interiors as renowned interior designer and DIY television personality, Taniya Nayak, has forecasted the top trends for 2015 that will be sure to enhance and revive any home.
Fiberglass insulation may not be what you think about when you think of home sweet home. However, learning about the many features and benefits of fiberglass insulation may help your home become more efficient and comfortable.