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Image by Coolcaeser via Wikimedia CommonsProfessional contractors and DIYers agree that Home Depot is the place to shop for all your home improvement project supplies. With great prices and selections, Home Depot is the largest retail home improvement store in the world. When planning your next shopping trip to Home Depot, you might want to consider these tips. A Little Greener than You Think Home Depot has been touted by the Natural Resources Defense Council as being a “progressive”
Spring is in the air: The days are longer, the birds are chirping, and we’re switching from wool and tweed to cotton and linen. It’s important to properly store your winter wardrobe so it maintains its quality and shape for when the cooler weather returns. A few tips to store out of season clothing:Wash Before Packing. Even if an item looks clean, be sure it has been properly laundered or professionally dry-cleaned before packing it away for the summer. Small spots undetectable to you
As the weather gets cooler, we’ll all be spending more time indoors, even in L.A. so now’s a good time to fix stuff. You should take care of these little home repair and improvement projects now (or at least prepare yourself) since they get more annoying as the days get longer and you get cabin fever. And there is nothing more annoying than the dripping faucet.When a faucet drips, or worse yet won’t shut off, the most common cause is a bad rubber washer. When you close the faucet
It’s the middle of the night in the dead of winter, and you are flippin’ freezing. Trudging through the dark, you find the thermostat and crank that baby up to 81 degrees. After a few moments, it is toasty, warm, and comfortable. You do this every night for the next month. At the end of month, you get a bill in the mail. The amount due no longer makes you feel warm and fuzzy. You start questioning your life decisions, sanity, what you ate for dinner, and HOW THE HELL CAN THEY CHARGE
Image by WordRidden via FlickrIt’s been said that the right amount of herbs and spices can make anything taste good. Bland fried potatoes become delicious French fries with just a little salt. Red pepper on plain cheese pizza can really bring out the flavor. Unfortunately, many recipes call for more than just a little salt and pepper, and buying all manner of dried herbs at the supermarket can become a clutter-inducing endeavor. Fresh herbs are obviously better, but the ones you buy at the
Earth Day comes only once per year (this year it’s April 22), but let’s be realistic: every day should be Earth Day. After all, this is our only available planet (for now).Don’t you think we should keep it habitable for as long as humanly possible?Technology can help–and so can you. With the right gear and few small changes to the way you work and live, you can save money, energy, and quite possibly the Earth. 1. Install a programmable thermostatThis is an oldie but goodie,