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6 solar energy myths debunked: brush up on these key facts to get energized about the advantages of home solar power. Apr 1, 2016 988
Change furnace filters to keep air clean: how often should I swap out my furnace filter, and which types of furnace filters are best? Brief article Dec 1, 2014 299
Guide to greener heating: your best and cheapest choices: cleaner, greener home heating options are abundant, but they're not all equal. Compare the pros and cons before you decide which should heat your home. Dec 1, 2012 2717
More affordable solar power: the cost of solar systems has never been lower--now is the right time to consider solar power for your home. Aug 1, 2012 2349
Cost of solar energy plummets: if you're thinking about switching to solar energy, now's the time. Prices have never been lower, and in some areas, PV systems can now produce electricity at a cost that's competitive with--or even lower than--conventional electricity from coal, nuclear or natural gas. Apr 1, 2012 563
Leasing solar panels. Apr 1, 2011 652
Is a wind turbine right for me? Feb 1, 2011 524
Adding insulation can save money! Figure out whether you should add insulation to your home, and which pieces of the job you can do yourself. Dec 1, 2010 2244
Save loads of energy with caulking and weatherstripping: try these easy and inexpensive methods for sealing air leaks, and save a bundle on your heating and cooling bills. Oct 1, 2010 2149
Eco-friendly roofing option: choose from a variety of durable and environmentally friendly roofing materials. Jun 1, 2010 1521
Best options for high-efficiency toilets: with inexpensive new designs, you can flush less water and money down the drain. Apr 1, 2010 1953
Ventilate your home with minimal energy loss: if your home is energy-efficient, it may need more fresh air. Dec 1, 2009 1585
Energy-efficient on-demand water heaters: why pay to keep water hot when you're not using it? Oct 1, 2009 2053
Simple ways to cool your home and save big: use energy-efficient ceiling, attic and whole-house fans instead of air conditioning. Aug 1, 2009 2427
Don't paint your house for 25 years! Fiber-cement siding costs less and lasts longer than many siding options. Jun 1, 2009 1503
Green patios, walkway & driveways: consider one of these innovative and attractive options instead of old-fashioned concrete. Apr 1, 2009 1156
Eco-friendly tile: durable, nontoxic and easy-to-clean--try recycled tiles for your next floor or countertop project. Feb 1, 2009 1256
Save money with a new, energy-efficient furnace: advice to help you know when to replace your old furnace. Dec 1, 2008 1863
Make your home energy efficient: here's expert advice to help you slash your utility bills. Oct 1, 2008 2871
Simple energy saving strategies: take these easy steps to cut your energy use, slash utility bills and make the move to renewable energy. Apr 1, 2007 3010
Buyer's guide to solar heating: tap free heat from the sun with these solar hot-air collectors. Buyers guide Dec 1, 2006 3129
Sunshine from a tube. Feb 1, 2004 534
Habitat for humanity goes green! Under its Green Team program, Habitat for Humanity volunteers are building energy-efficient, low-cost green homes. (energy & environment). Apr 1, 2003 2134
Perfect plaster: a homeowner's guide. (energy & environment). Buyers Guide Feb 1, 2003 3599
Down to earth homes: tuck your home into a hillside to cut your heating and cooling bills, create weather- and noise-proof shelter, and blend the house harmoniously with the surrounding landscape. (energy & environment). Feb 1, 2003 2686
All about insulation: make your home more comfortable and energy-efficient with today's insulation options. (energy & environment). Dec 1, 2002 3566
Build a solar home and let the sunshine in. Aug 1, 2002 3049
From Suburbia to Superbia! (view point). Jun 1, 2002 1450
Design software: makes passive solar easy. (green gazette). Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 328
Building with earth: homes made from earthen materials are affordable, comfortable, sustainable and enduring. Here are the pros and cons of adobe, cob, rammed-earth and soil-filled tire techniques. (Do It Yourself). Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 2412

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