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Top 100 Eco-Friendly Projects

  1. 46. Eco-Friendly Mosquito Zapper (00:01:13)

    This homeowner discovers a safe way to zap pesky insects without sprays.

  2. 47. Strategies for Going Green

    From improving indoor air quality to decreasing energy costs, DIY Network has the ideas you need to get your green kitchen now.

  3. 48. PUSH the Building Envelope (03:58)

    Find out why one builder has such high praise for these building materials.

  4. 49. Sunlawn EM-2 Mower (01:33)

    Check out this quiet eco-friendly way to a well manicured lawn.

  5. 50. Hi-Tech Bathroom Upgrade (00:03:56)

    Matt Muenster helps homeowners create a dream bath, 40-inch TV and all.

  6. 51. Fireplace Plug (01:13)

    This reusable flue seal is designed to keep the cold out and the heat in.

  7. 52. Simple Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen

    You don't have to remodel your kitchen to make it eco-friendly. DIY Network offers five easy ways to get a green kitchen now.

  8. 53. Back to Nature (20:00)

    Matt helps convert this bland bath into an Asian-inspired spa retreat.

  9. 54. Tips on Energy Proofing a Home

    DIY Network's smart-money expert shows you how simple changes can cut utility bills in half.

  10. 55. Bamboo Options in Kitchen (00:01:00)

    Update a kitchen using eco-friendly bamboo for both durability and style.

  11. 56. A Bamboo Parquet Butcher Block

    DIY Network's Carter Oosterhouse explains why bamboo countertops are beautiful and eco-friendly.

  12. 57. Green Dreams- Part 1 (07:10)

    Newlyweds Alan and Kathy want to give their new home a green twist.

  13. 58. Natural Cleaners

    DIY Network provides easy instructions on how to make natural cleaners from items you already have around the house.

  14. 59. Use Organic Materials in Your Zen Bathroom

    DIY Network shows how organic materials like wood, stone and metal can make your Zen bathroom one with the natural world.

  15. 60. Green Solution: Formaldehyde-Free Soy-Based Adhesive

    DIY Network's Carter Oosterhouse explains how plywood made with soy-based adhesive improves indoor air quality.

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