Container plantings are a great way to enhance decks, patios or other small spaces. Despite our midwinter gloom, now is a great time to get...
Electricity still accounts for about 20 million metric tons of CO2, or 20 percent of the statewide total.
Preparing for floods, windstorms and freezing temperatures also prepares us for other emergencies, such as earthquakes.
Natural contours of wood edges give tables, benches, shelves and other room accents a sculptured quality.
The time to prepare your yard to look its best next spring is now, before the first frost.
A whole range of products allows you to manage appliances and devices in your house efficiently, even when you aren’t there.
Place landscape fixtures to highlight features, create special effects, enhance safety.
Cedar and other wood products are an economical and eco-friendly building resource alternative to cement.
The lingering sunshine and balmy temperature into late November are perfect for enjoying a resurgence of flowers and plants.
Advances in engineered wood products send height limits soaring.
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