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03rd June 2013

Ways Households Can Become Greener

Composting organic waste is another excellent way to make your household greener. Compost containers of all sizes and shapes exist, accommodating whatever indoor and outdoor spaces you might have. By composting you will reduce how much garbage you send ...

08th August 2012

FAQ about Feed in Tariff Scheme

The Feed-In Tariff Scheme has gotten a lot of publicity since it was introduced, but along with all of that publicity, there are a few questions that stand out. How much can you really earn through this scheme? Are the payments really being cut? How mu...

28th March 2012

How monitoring solar energy consumption can maximise savings

In this ever more energy efficient era, people are increasingly looking at ways of saving energy in their homes. Good insulation, A-rated appliances and the well known energy saving tips are great for reducing fuel bills and reducing the carbon footprint ...

17th May 2011

The Hardest Outdoor Environment Can Be Enjoyed Now With Patagonia Das Parka

The outdoor environment offers so many incredible chances for people to take a good advantage of when theyíre looking to improve health, seek new adventures, and simply bask in the beauty that is associated with nature. While looking for the possibilities...

31st March 2011

Buying to Remodel and Going Green at the Same Time

With the aging of the Baby Boomer generation, more homes are coming available in older, established neighborhoods. Buying to remodel is increasingly common. The new homeowners want the big lots and beautiful shade trees close to schools and other communit...

02nd March 2011

Waste Management : Made Simple

You can find specialized environmental firms that present advice and services for waste collection, not just for householders, but also for industries and businesses. They're experienced in all areas of waste management solutions and will remove all of yo...

10th February 2011

Federal Tax Credits for Energy Conservation

Federal tax credit for energy conservation can be availed if you purchase any energy efficient product or a renewable energy source system for your home. Though energy star qualifies many products as energy efficient, it should be noted that not all produ...

21st January 2011

How to Make your Kids Wear Mittens

Cold winter months are just around the corner and it calls for some winter wear makeover especially for your children who need thick insulation to keep them warm. Children are vulnerable to cold weather easily so they must be dressed in proper winter gear...

07th January 2011

The Importance of Wearing Gloves and Mittens

Make sure to have your children wear winter mittens and gloves during this harsh season. Since cold winter months make children want to indulge on playtime more than ever. But it is not always about fun especially when it is about your childís protection...

21st December 2010

Buying Boys Snow Boots

Today makers of boyís snow boots come up with different designs and styles to choose from. This is the reason why parents should do a little research before actually buying boys now boots in malls, department stores or even online. This is highly sugges...

24th November 2010

Things to Know About Infant Snowsuits

Dressing up in a kidís snowsuits is important during cold season. As a parent, you want your baby to feel the warmth of being with the family. The way to do this is dress your baby with snowsuits. This type of garments is similar to onesies which provide ...

18th October 2010

Donít Buy a Christmas Tree Hire a Christmas Tree and Offset Your Carbon Footprint

It has become plain fact that we all need to get our own carbon emissions and carbon footprint reduced to something that our planet can sustain. Numerous schemes have arisen for businesses to do their bit and multiple announcements have been blasted throu...

20th August 2010

Tax Credit for Home Windows Replacement

The government is currently offering a fifteen hundred dollar tax credit to homeowners that choose to replace certain parts of their homes. This includes, water heaters, windows, stoves, insulation, and roofs. Because of this tax credit, home windows re...

01st July 2010

Keep Your Cool With These Simple Eco-Friendly Money Saving Tips

Depending upon the climate where you live, cooling your home accounts for as much as 50 percent of the money you spend each month on utilities. As temperatures and humidity levels continue to rise, most of us are seeking relief from the heat this time of...

07th April 2010

Types of Fire Alarms

Fire alarms are vital to the protection of your home, family, and property from the threat of a debilitating fire. Fire alarms detect fire (or more commonly, smoke) and set off an alarm to warn the household or local fire department of the danger of impen...

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