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Last week, Tiny House Atlanta and Southface hosted a room full of tiny house enthusiasts. Even if you don’t think you want a tiny house, you should give some thought to the idea.
The shoulder season between cooling and heating our homes often means indoor health and comfort problems. Are you ready for them?
You can now invest in “Smart Vents” for your home. Here are nine reasons why you should not.
Atlanta’s CHaRM is making it easier for city residents to deal with household chemicals, paint and other materials that are a challenge to dispose of properly.
Hurricane Patricia is now the strongest Pacific Ocean hurricane to make landfall in Mexico. What do Patricia’s record wind speeds mean for our safety and the way we build?
Some writers compare environmentalism to a religion. As with most issues, if we look close enough, there’s a lot of middle ground to be shared.
Don’t you hate it when something goes on sale right AFTER you buy it? Be sure you wait until October 2-4th to buy any of this stuff if you’re in or near Georgia.
The death and destruction from Hurricane Katrina’s landfall on the Gulf Coast ten years ago today continues to affect us. Did you learn any of these lessons?
It’s the time of year when children return to school. Big changes in routines can highlight the need for significant changes in our homes and the way we use them.
Your air conditioner may not be the only reason your power bills are higher in the summer. Does your power company have seasonal rates for electricity?
Many of us don’t pay attention to our power bills – we just look at the total rather than the details. Could you explain what you’re buying from the power company to another person?
This is so common, it demands its own blog post. Are you, or do you live with one of “those people”?
The City of Atlanta has taken a real estate investor to court over his failure to clean-up blighted properties. The lasting benefit of this litigation for neighborhoods may surprise you.