A small leak can add up to 30 to 50 gallons of wasted water a day.
Stop the drips and save a lot of water.
Potential savings can top 100 gallons a day.
Water savings can add up to 3,000 gallons a year.
Little adjustment can save 55 percent of water per load.
Colored appliances have moved from the mixer to the fridge and beyond and the color you choose can do a lot to your psyche.
The Valley Quilt Guild hosts this show featuring more than 200 quilts on display.
One colony can destroy an entire house in two years.
Use DIY projects for family bonding; just remember your sense of humor.
Huge event includes hundreds of vendors and displays.
Rats, mice want nice warm spot indoors – but don’t let them in.
Find ideas for a new year full of renovation.
Hose reel and zip ties can become holiday tools.
Home tour to benefit museum features big slice of Christmases past with buildings dating back as far as 1855.
Get an energy audit and plug those leaks before you feel spike in heating costs.
Keep it simple this season to save time and sanity.
See demonstrations, shop for unique gifts at this annual Sacramento event.
The Sacramento Bee hosts a network of high-quality news providers and bloggers in the Sacramento region. Here is a sampling of the best of the current Home & Garden blogs. Check out the full postings: www.sacramentoconnect.com.
Sacramento arts fest fills convention center; next week, textile arts showcase highlights young designers and local craftspeople.
Keep an eye on the stove to stop potential blazes. No. 1 cause: Unattended cooking.
Don’t let your house become a statistic; here are tips on how to combat the seven most common causes of home fires.
Here are things to do for the home this week