The Best Eco-Friendly High-Tech Home Products
The latest and greatest in home tech products aren’t just fancy or fun to look at — they’re eco-friendly, too! Just in time for Earth Day, Lew Sichelman shares a few of his favorites.
What started in the United States as a call to protect and celebrate our environment, Earth Day is now celebrated across the globe. Though the coronavirus pandemic has canceled most of this year’s events, here are a few ways to be more Earth-friendly right at home.
If you’ve been wanting to upgrade your home, whether it’s a major or minor appliance, 2020 would be the year to do so. With a wide range of new products being released to consumers from different brands, there’s plenty of options at different price points to help make your home feel brand new again.
Sometimes trying to guess what’s on the mind of buyers can be a difficult challenge. While some of those answers vary, statistics are showing us that despite location or style of home, buyers have one thing on their minds: sustainability and climate change.
It’s no secret that houseplants, fake or real, are one of the best ways to decorate your home since they are usually budget-friendly and make for perfect housewarming gifts. But, if you don’t have the greenest of thumbs, no worries, here are three low-maintenance houseplants you need.
To date, most new, environmentally-friendly houses have been mostly one-off custom houses or demonstration homes. But, these singular examples of what is possible if builders are willing to take the next step are now being over shadowed by entire communities of production units.
As with anything, styles and tastes change, which may not go with your current furniture. Buying all brand new may seem a little wasteful, especially if the pieces are still in great condition, but don’t worry, there are still plenty of options.
Spring is for planting and cleaning, summer is where you get to enjoy the fruits of your spring labor, and then there’s fall. As the cool weather starts rolling in it’s time to start getting our homes, inside and out, ready for the winter months.
Now that the holidays are over and you’ve once again had to assemble an army to dispose of your live Christmas tree, here are some ways you can avoid the hassle of disposing your tree and some new options for next year.