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Home & Living
Remo Eyal, CEO of Superior Solar Systems in Altamonte Springs, Florida, points out that solar power frequently generates
Home & Living
There are, of course, different fluorescent light bulb types. The CFL is common, of course, as is the familiar old fluorescent
Home & Living
If you're in the market to improve the efficiency of your home's heating system, a hybrid system that uses an air source
Home & Living
Pro or con? Ashpaugh minces no words: "Literally, every house can use a surge protector," he says. "Your house is being constantly
HuffPost Video
The rooms needed to be dark, cool, inviting -- and contain no technology.
Videos
These DIY superstars competed to create the perfect sleep sanctuary.
Environment
The U.S. Green Building Council, in the most recent version of residential development rules for LEED green certification
Home & Living
To read more tips, check out Brent's original article Do Ceiling Fans Save Energy? here. This article originally ran on Angie's
Home & Living
Don't cover up DIY electrical mistakes You'd be surprised how many people keep furniture, storage or stacks of stuff blocking
Home & Living
No need to be nervous about home automation. You can incorporate smart house technology a little bit at a time. Let there
Wellness
However, a zoned HVAC upgrade costs at least a few thousand dollars. According to Erdmann, most systems cost between $2,000
Home & Living
Listen to your body "It's all about your personal preferences, in order to determine what's right," May says. "It's whatever
Tech
In a National Sleep Foundation study, 74 percent of respondents describe a quiet room as important for a good night's sleep
Wellness
Read more to learn what type of pillow may help you sleep better.
Tech
Let's be honest. Many of us know cellphones, laptops and e-readers emit blue light, which can disrupt the release of the
Home & Living
Think the position of your bed, colors in your bedroom or where you hang mirrors have no effect on how well you sleep? Consider
Wellness
Once you enter the store and find a potential new bed, kick your shoes off and lie down. Spend a few minutes on your back, your side and your stomach -- however you normally doze off at home. The store's staff won't mind -- in fact, they should encourage it.