Learn how to make your home more efficient and environmentally friendly with inspirational DIY projects.
Will razing abandoned properties in flood-ravaged neighborhoods stop flooding in the basements of homes that people live in?
This pantry staple isn't just good for your heart but for lots of other things around the house, too.
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Self-storage startup connects folks with stuff to stash (but nowhere in their own homes to stash it) with neighbors sporting unfilled attics and half-empty garages.
The much-adored green cleaning powerhouse reintroduces its home fragrance line with a collection of spray air fresheners powered by pressurized air technology.
Less time spent dusting and more time spent interacting with family members are just a couple of the many boons associated with downsizing to more modest digs.
Whether you're roughing it in the great outdoors or hitting the gym 3 times a week, there's a water bottle that will meet your needs.
If you live in California and have always fantasized about bathing with your dirty dishes, now's the time ...
Donating or selling your old cabinets can benefit other home DIYers and the environment.
You'll be shocked what ice, walnuts and elbow grease can do to make your hardwood floors shine.
Experts recommend setting your air conditioner at a certain temperature, but there are a few other things you can do to beat the heat in your home.
Unsatisfied with his apartment-bound existence, a young Santa Barbaran takes up full-time residence in a 1985 VW Westfalia camper van.
Obviously you could take your spare change to the bank and deposit it, but why do that when you could make some unique jewelry or home decorations?
Outdoor summer fun (or work) can lead to the most frustratingly stubborn clothing stains.
Just don't go overboard with the apex predator-themed decor or you're going to need a bigger house ...
The key to sparkling, streak-free panes lies in selecting the proper drying cloth.
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