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Renovate Your Home the Eco-Friendly Way | Ep. 59: On this Week's Podcast: Eco-Friendly Renovation From cars to food, people are modifying their lives to help conserve the earth's resources and support a cleaner environment.  In this podcast Danny, Joe, and Chelsea open up about some of their...

Renovate Your Home the Eco-Friendly Way | Ep. 59: On this Week's Podcast: Eco-Friendly Renovation From cars to food, people are modifying their lives to help conserve the earth's resources and support a cleaner environment.  In this podcast Danny, Joe, and Chelsea open up about some of their...

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Renovate Your Home the Eco-Friendly Way | Ep. 59: On this Week's Podcast: Eco-Friendly Renovation From cars to food, people are modifying their lives to help conserve the earth's resources and support a cleaner environment.  In this podcast Danny, Joe, and Chelsea open up about some of their...

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Length:
30 minutes
Released:
Mar 6, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode

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On this Week's Podcast: Eco-Friendly Renovation From cars to food, people are modifying their lives to help conserve the earth's resources and support a cleaner environment.  In this podcast Danny, Joe, and Chelsea open up about some of their tricks to renovating a home, but in an eco-friendly way. Also in this week’s podcast: • Ever think about installing a hot tub in your basement? Well, there is a lot more to think about than just how are you gonna get it down there. • A piece of furniture that's been passed down to a listener is stubbornly not opening its drawers. What she can do to safely pry open her inherited cabinet. • The garage floor often stains due to its porous nature. We discuss what you can do if you notice a stubborn rust stain on your garage floor. • Joe has a Simple Solution that will have you reaching for an ironing board next time you need to do any work under the kitchen sink. Question of the Week: Donna Writes, "I am currently adding an addition to the back of my home. I recently discovered that when the masons poured the concrete slab for the foundation, they removed the Visqueen plastic vapor barrier. So now I'm looking for suggestions to fix the problem? I live in Florida and moisture is a big problem. Should I insist that the masons re-do the foundation or are there other solutions to guarantee I will not have a moisture and mold issue in the future? Please help. I am so frustrated right now." DIY Project of the week: How to clean soot from a brick fireplace surround.
Released:
Mar 6, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode