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Top 100 Eco-Friendly Projects

  1. 91. How to Build a Rainbarrel Platform

    Putting your rainbarrel on a platform will give you good water pressure, and you won't have to bend over to get to the water.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  2. 92. The Little Kitchen That Wood (20:00)

    Marc helps install some gorgeous wood materials throughout the kitchen.

  3. 93. Eco-Friendly Grout Clean-up (02:01)

    Eco-friendly and easy, try these tips to clean tub grout.

  4. 94. Hi-Tech Bathroom Upgrade (00:03:56)

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

  5. 95. Cheap to Chic (20:00)

    Megan and Jude's 1980s bathroom goes from cheap to chic.

  6. 96. How to Install an Abatement Meter

    Ed Del Grande explains why installing an abatement meter, used to monitor water flow that doesn't enter the sanitary system, is a good ...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  7. 97. Growing Space- Part 4 (04:18)

    A living room area with plenty of storage for a growing family is created.

  8. 98. Blog Cabin 2009: The Preserve at Little Pine

    DIY Network shows you what it's like to live in a close-knit mountain community.

  9. 99. Heat Exchanger and Decking (01:26)

    Here's a look at an air-to-air heat exchanger and Accoya decking material.

  10. 100. How to Design an Eco-Friendly Kitchen

    Go green and follow these easy design tips from DIY Network to create an affordable, stylish and eco-friendly kitchen.

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