Are you finished with your spring cleaning? Are you looking to bring some new life into your home this season? For most of us, winter has come and gone, and we've got our eyes set on sunny days, warmer temps, and pops of color in and around our home. If you're anything like me, it's time to redecorate and freshen up your place. Here are some sustainable ways to get you started!
We're celebrating #EarthMonth by reimagining how we recycle and improving the ways in which we do. We're following along with Keep America Beautiful and the Ad Council's award-winning "I Want To Be Recycled" public service advertising (PSA) and awareness campaign to uncover the top 5 impacts of recycling.
Are you one of the many who has fallen victim to a misleading energy plan? In today's world, some electricity plans are being marketed in such a way where customers are led to believe that the name of the product or plan is synonymous with how the customer will be invoiced. We recently demystified a misleading energy plan, known as a "tiered-rate," but maybe an even more intriguing and deceptive plan out in the market is called Free Nights and Weekends. The way free nights and weekends electricity plans are advertised make them sound like an ideal way to save on your electric bill. Spoiler alert: this plan is the energy equivalent to a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
Maintaining a healthy home goes beyond dusting and vacuuming. When is the last time you checked your smoke alarms? How about the last time you cleaned out your dryer vent? With today being the first day of Spring, follow these DIY Network tips below to make sure your family and home are ready for a healthy, happy, and clean spring season.
The noise created by gimmicky electricity plans in the market place have made it difficult for consumers to clearly identify the most appropriate plan to fit their needs. Some electricity plans are marketed in such a way where the customer is led to believe that the functional name of the product or plan, such as “Fixed Rate”, is synonymous with how the customer will be invoiced. Unfortunately, despite all the due diligence performed the customer, they may still end up with the short end of the stick if they are not aware of the gimmicks. How will you know the difference between what looks like a great plan and the real thing? We're here to help.