The average cost of a wedding in the United States today is $26,444. If you are looking for some simple ways to cut your spending as you plan your own wedding, arranging your own bouquet could be a good solution. While you might know which flowers you want to feature in your bouquet, it can sometimes be difficult for the amateur florist to select the right filler flowers. Here are three flowers that make wonderful fillers when you are arranging your own wedding bouquet. [Read More]
Answering A Couple Of Your Basic Questions About Tankless Water Heaters
Providing your home with hot water can be an extremely energy intensive process, and traditional hot water heaters are highly inefficient. Fortunately, the development of tankless water heaters have provided homeowners with an energy efficient option for providing heated water. However, you may not know much about these systems, but learning the following couple of answers to routine questions will help you to make an informed decision about whether this system is a good fit for your home's needs. [Read More]
Eco-Friendly Approaches To Garden Fountains That Use Up Almost No Natural Resources
Garden water fountains are an effective way to decorate the garden around your house. However, if you enjoy nature, it helps to make sure your fountains are as eco-friendly as possible so that you can help out nature while enjoying it at the same time. Solar-powered Garden Fountains A problem that water fountains have for the environmentally-conscious is that they tend to use a lot of energy because you have them on all of the time. [Read More]
Battling High Blood Pressure? Should You Switch To A Salt-Free Water Softener?
Whether you've only recently been diagnosed with high blood pressure, or have been battling this "silent killer" for years, you may be looking for ways to lower your salt intake (and therefore your blood pressure) without dramatically compromising your lifestyle. As you begin to survey the various ways salt can enter your body, your attention may be drawn to an unsuspecting culprit -- your water softener. Can the pellets of salt used to remove mineral ions from your drinking water be adding to your sodium intake? [Read More]