Kitchen Designs And Kitchen Cabinet Materials: What are the Choices?

Feb 28th, 2012

Plywood Cabinet Boxes and other options One of the most common methods of customizing your kitchen cabinetry is choosing a plywood construction upgrade. As a relatively inexpensive method of achieving a look that says, “these are not your run- of- the- mill cabinets”, plywood is widely considered to be a […]



Granite Counter Top Facts: Here’s the Answers Cut in Stone!

Feb 28th, 2012

Can I cut on my Granite Counter Top? -Yes, but only if you want to ruin your good knives! Granite is harder than your knife blades are and will dull them very quickly, if you use the counter top as a cutting surface. Always cut and chop on a wooden […]



What Are The Costs of Kitchen Remodeling?

Feb 22th, 2012

Your kitchen is the lifeblood of your home, both in terms of functionality and value. It is the one room in the house that all guests, family members, realtors and potential homebuyers agree is the focal point of your home. The room that houses the nourishment also holds the key […]



Passive Solar Energy: Quick and Easy Facts for Affordable Energy Savings!

Feb 22th, 2012

Passive solar homes are designed to take advantage of local climates by maximizing the energy from the sun to heat and cool the home. In the northern hemisphere, the sun’s path passes through the southern sky on its daily trip west. Therefore, a passive solar home should have the highest […]



What Does it Mean to be Called ‘Green Products’?

Feb 14th, 2012

Green? Terms like “Being Green” and “Eco- Friendly” have become buzz words on commercials and product packaging; however, the term “Eco- Friendly” has been used  vaguely for many products and  practices, its true meaning is in danger of being lost.  Understanding true “Eco- Friendly” can help you  implement practices that […]



Budget Tip: How Much Energy (and Money!) Can You Save with LED Lighting?

Feb 14th, 2012

Here are a few simple eco- friendly tips you can use to save energy every day and lower your monthly bills. Switch out your regular light bulbs with soft white compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL’s). You won’t have to replace your bulbs nearly as often and the energy savings are […]



Inexpensive Update for your Kitchen: Granite Countertops!

Feb 02th, 2012

VARIETY AND DURABILITY MAKES GRANITE A WISE CHOICE When it comes to choosing surfaces for kitchen counters, vanities, tabletops, or even fireplaces, the average consumer is overburdened with an array of options. Some look elegant, some practical, some last forever, some are not at all functional for day- to- day […]



Buying Kitchen Lights? Get Enlightened Here!

Feb 02th, 2012

Fixtures are both functional and decorative.  Lighting a room once meant centering a lonely overhead fixture in each room. But no one light can provide all the illumination needed in a room, especially in the kitchen. With a single light, every time you turn to the kitchen counter you’re in […]



Ways to Save Money in Your Home (and Energy!)

Feb 01th, 2012

The average American family spends approximately $2,000- $5,000 each year on their home utility bills. But by making a few simple upgrades to your home, you can reduce the amount of energy your home consumes and save tons on your cost of utilities. These energy- efficient upgrades can keep you […]




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