(NAPSI)—One way to keep your home at a comfortable temperature without your heating and cooling bills going sky high can be found underground.
(BPT) - With the demand for electricity and natural gas rising, right along with energy costs, American homeowners can easily spend hundreds of dollars a month on utility bills.
(BPT) - Don’t sweat it if your home doesn’t have central air-conditioning. Whether you live in an older house that can’t accommodate ductwork, or you don’t want to sacrifice your interior aesthetics with an unattractive air conditioning unit, you can still keep your home feeling – and looking – cool this summer with advanced air conditioning technology.
(Family Features) Growing fresh, healthy vegetables at home isn't as hard as it may sound. Novice gardeners just need good dirt, easy plants to grow, lots of sunshine and the right amount of water.
(NAPSI)—The unexpected breakdown of a major appliance or system in summer can leave a homeowner hot under the collar in more ways than one. These types of breakdowns usually mean costly repairs and a less-than-comfortable home until they’re fixed or replaced.
(NAPSI)—A growing number of consumers are learning that “going green”-taking steps to conserve energy and resources—can be very rewarding. Not only are they saving money, but they are also helping to cut back on waste in their home and in their community.
Some residents said that it was worse than Sandy.
Numerous families in the Lindenwood section of Howard Beach spent most of Thursday cleaning out their basements and trying to salvage what they could after a storm dumped more than five inches of rain over Queens on Wednesday.