It’s often said that the kitchen is the heart and soul of a home, and in my family it’s certainly true. My husband, my daughter, and I all love to cook. It’s where we gather around for a chat while preparing dinner together, and where we start our days in the morning over a mug of tea before the school run and commute. Continue reading “Building a Kitchen with Sustainable Materials”
If you are not confident about your actions, home improvement jobs are often quite tough. If you do not know how to start out, take a look at these ideas for getting things off the ground properly.
Make your home more energy efficient by placing weather striping in your windows and windows. This is a cheap fix but can save you lots of money on heating and cooling costs for your home more energy efficient. It can even reduce those cold nights a whole lot less chilly nights. Continue reading “Getting Your Family Involved In Home Improvement Projects”
When it comes to saving energy and money in the home, the first thing to look at should be your boiler. Up to 55 percent of everything you spend on energy bills in a year is for the boiler – so it makes sense to have an efficient one. Replacing your old gas boiler with a condensing boiler that is rated A for efficiency could dramatically cut your energy spending. Continue reading “Tips for Saving Money (and Energy) with a New Boiler”