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(guest post by Ryan Tyson; image via Flickr by driph) Heating and cooling your home accounts for about half of your home’s total energy usage, so when you want to improve your electric bill, turning to your thermostat settings is the best place to start. Learn the right thermostat settings for each time of the year, the best way […]
(guest post by Kevin Morse) Ready to update and remodel a room in your home? If you are like many homeowners, your kitchen is at the top of the list. While a kitchen update may be the perfect project for you to take on over the coming months, what’s standing between you and […]
(guest post by Mikkie Mills) Oftentimes our homes start to look a little drab as the seasons wear on and your glass doors or barndoor hardware need a little more love and excitement. A great way to dress up your house for fall is to install and arrange autumn-themed window boxes. This is an easy […]
Congratulations to EHTcontributing author Robert Robillard, who has a taken a new position with the Boston Globe. He’s charged with writing and responding to readers’ questions on home improvement and construction related issues. As many of you know, Rob is a general contractor, carpenter and operates a remodeling company located in Concord, MA. He […]
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Like many of you, my love of things green and growing was instilled by my parents. My mom loved having a vegetable garden and my dad loved trees. Now that dad is gone and my mom blew past 80 a year ago, my role has changed. I plant trees. I plant trees that my dad would love. […]
Check out our video on keeping wall tiles straight using a ledger board. Even a first time tiler can achieve professional results.