...a few great posts from the past year you may have missed:
It's time to revisit the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and its energy improvements section.
The Neil Kelly Co. based in Portland, Oregon has been dedicated to the green movement for many years.
We've covered kitchen remodeling, home lighting and historic homes, and now we're moving on to bathroom remodeling with the guidance of another industry expert: Jill Moskowitz.
Michelle Steinback, General Manager of Schoolhouse Electric Co., had a wealth of information to share with us on successfully lighting your home.
Replacing your windows with energy efficient substitutes can make a difference in utility bills and curb appeal
There are many ways to make a smaller space feel comfortable and inviting allowing you and others not to notice the size, rather notice how nice your space is.
We helped put together a city DIY guide for our fair city: Portland, OR.
Ever wondered what the acronym LEED means? Learn what these guidelines are, and how they are forging the way for a new philosophy in urban planning, green building, and how we live.
For a homeowner, having the helpful hindsight of others can be priceless, especially if you're a new homeowner with big renovation plans on your mind.
Instead of building a new home, many people are taking old buildings and repurposing them for their needs.
End of summer for many homeowners means the end of their big summer home improvement plans but consider these three things before you stop thinking about your home entirely.