Don’t despair: you can stay warm this winter even while you save energy. Here’s the secret formula!
You can’t have missed the news that Friday is predicted to be the FIRST SNOW OF WINTER. So watch out Chicago, the craziness is about to begin. Dibs wars, unplowed streets, icy sidewalks and shoveling back ache. It’s all around the corner. But, really, Fellow Chicagoans, it happens every year. So we may as well…
Improve energy efficiency and avoid the nightmare of frozen pipes; a winter cold snap like today’s is a great time to check the insulation of your water pipes.
Radiant floor heating is an efficient and comfortable way to stay warm. Learn the method that heated Roman bathhouses and warms Korean homes.
What can we learn from other cultures? Here’s how the Japanese use space heating Kotatsu to stay warm themselves without heating the whole house.
It’s FINALLY winter. Before you reach for your thermostat (if you have one) try our strategic two-step approach to make your home cozy.
Many of the world’s holidays fall at the darkest time of the year. Winter-holidays, seasonal cycles, reflection and renewal.
Here’s one way to make warm shelter without electricity or any conventional materials. Today let’s admire the clever engineering of the traditional igloo.
Sneckdowns highlight road areas where cars don’t drive and pavement could be replaced with pedestrian zones or permeable surfaces. Learn how cities can battle runoff and make roads safer by watching winter snow.
Cold winter days are an excellent see just how much because you have maximum contrast between indoor and outdoor temperatures.
Keep your eyes open for useful data now and start making plans for improving the your roof insulation come spring in order to nail down some major savings in energy costs to you and to the planet.