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Monday, April 22nd, 2013 at 8:58am. 724 Views, 0 Comments.
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Transformation of Tiny 420sf NYC Apartment...Most AMAZING use of functional use we have ever seen!!!
Saturday, January 19th, 2013 at 7:07am. 1333 Views, 0 Comments.
Ever complain that you simply need more space in your home or know if you could get organized you might gain more room? Check out this unbelievable transformation of a 450sf apartment in New York City and you will be in awe of the functionality and versatility in the use of space. This transformation creates 8 rooms in this tiny space -- All we can say is WOW! Take a peek at Gizmodo's Video and see....
GIZMODO - The Tiny Transforming Apartment That Packs Eight Rooms into 350 Square Feet from Gizmodo on Vimeo.
Thursday, June 21st, 2012 at 7:10am. 832 Views, 0 Comments.
CLICK HERE to Read our July 2012 KEY Newsletter. This issues offers an overview of the current and rising housing market, Tips for Summer Cleaning, JULY Event Calendar including links to the areas BEST NW Summer Events, Everything you need for 4th of July including a link to Seattle area Independance Day Celebrations, Party & Craft Ideas & FUN Recipes. Looking for info on activies that will get you out on those perfect NW summer days - check out the 10 Golden Rules of Golf and Boating Safety Tips, along with information about who needs a Boater Education Card.
Thursday, March 8th, 2012 at 5:57pm. 1319 Views, 0 Comments.
The Pros and Cons
Frankly, there is no easy answer. Appliances have increased their energy efficiency steadily over time, while generally not increasing in price at the same pace. So why pay more for an appliance labeled "energy efficient"? The immediate cost of purchasing a house full of new energy-efficient appliances is just not practical for most people, especially in this economy.
Plus, a study by Consumer Reports found that many people don't use their appliances correctly, which can actually mean they spend…
Wednesday, February 29th, 2012 at 8:51am. 988 Views, 1 Comments.
Sunday, January 15th, 2012 at 12:42pm. 700 Views, 0 Comments.
- Check for your home for air leaks. You may be able to save 10 percent or more on your energy bill by reducing the air leaks in your home. On a windy day, carefully run a lighter or smoke stick around windows and door joints, and at electrical outlets and light fixtures. If the flame or smoke is drawn toward or forced away from the object, you have found an air leak that may need caulking, sealing, or weather-stripping.
- Maintain your heating and cooling system. The energy used to heat or air condition a house can account for more than half of the average family’s energy bill. Make sure your…
Monday, January 2nd, 2012 at 2:40pm. 812 Views, 0 Comments.
Home Energy Efficiency Ideas from HGTV - Remodeling & Improving for Green Living
Whether sealing up a drafty home, looking for a greater return on your investment, or testing your home's energy efficiency - HGTV and their team of professionals offers great advice. If you are seeking a GREEN Home to purchase, don't hesitate to contact Chance Drake or Stacey Lange, both of whom are Certified Earth Advantage Eco-Brokers.
Monday, January 2nd, 2012 at 2:39pm. 659 Views, 0 Comments.
Built Green is an environmentally-friendly, non-profit, residential building program of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, developed in partnership with King County, Snohomish County, and other agencies in Washington State. This website provides consumers with easy-to-understand rating systems, which quantify environmentally friendly building practices for remodeling and new home construction, communities and multifamily development units. We hope you will consider buying or remodeling according to Built Green standards, becoming a member of Built Green, or sponsoring our program. Please read more about Built Green & Master Builders Association!
Friday, December 16th, 2011 at 9:20am. 847 Views, 0 Comments.
Landscaping: sneezeless landscaping
Air Filters: tips for maintaining indoor air quality
Humidity: tips for controlling you home’s moisture level
Biological Pollutants: tips to reduce exposure to biological pollutants
Indoor Pollution Sources: tips to reduce exposure to interior pollution sources
Secondhand Smoke: tips for reducing your exposure to tobacco smoke
Radon Measurement: tips for testing your home
Radon Mitigation: tips for fixing a radon problem
Pollutants in your Home: Identify pollutants that may be in your home and learn steps to reduce exposure
Friday, December 16th, 2011 at 9:20am. 728 Views, 0 Comments.
Household Hazardous Products List
Here are some common household products; potential hazards and product contents, proper disposal options, and safer alternatives, where they exist. You will find a list with more information on: ingredients, alternatives, disposal, and more. There is also additional information on safer alternative cleaning products and healthier options for around your yard.
Household Hazardous Products List
Household Products Database