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Top 100 Eco-Friendly Projects

  1. 16. Unique Recycled Hardwood Floors

    DIY Network shows how reclaimed wood creates floors that are truly one-of-a-kind and Mother-Nature-friendly.

  2. 17. Organic Ways to Manage Weeds

    When you're ready to manage weeds with organic controls, there are several options. Learn some of the most popular eco-friendly choices...

  3. 18. Home Germ Warfare (04:54)

    The Queen of Clean cleans household items with eco-friendly cleaners.

  4. 19. The Lowdown on Low-Flow Toilets

    DIY Network provides information on the modern low-flow toilet, which saves water and provides ample flushing power.

  5. 20. A Porch to be Reckoned With- 3 (03:42)

    John and Jimmy Diresta deck the deck with one of a kind porch furniture.

  6. 21. Living Green on a Budget

    DIYNetwork.com has 46 practical tips for reducing living costs, lower utility bills and save energy.

  7. 22. Recycled Products (02:01)

    New eco-friendly, recycled products available for home construction.

  8. 23. Faux Fur Stole

    To add a touch of animal-friendly glamour to any outfit, whip up this gorgeous stole out of faux fur.

  9. 24. Walls: Exterior Walls

    DIY Network explains everything you need to know about exterior walls.

  10. 25. Kohler Water Efficiency (02:29)

    Kohler is modifying its showerheads and toilets to work to EPA standards.

  11. 26. A Rare Gem (20:00)

    This eco-friendly couple wants to give their old space a green revamp.

  12. 27. Water Conservation (01:00)

    Check out these easy ways to make the most of and use less water at home.

  13. 28. A Porch to be Reckoned With- 4 (04:25)

    John and Jimmy Diresta deck the deck with one of a kind porch furniture.

  14. 29. Paper-Based Countertops

    DIY Network's Carter Oosterhouse explains how a paper-based countertop is a green product and a sustainable building product in the kit...

  15. 30. Recycled Wood Workbench Frame

    Lumber from repurposed ceiling trusses is used to construct the frame of a concrete-topped workbench.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate

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