You want to remodel your bathroom or maybe you’re planning a new deck or making your home more energy efficient. Where do you find the information you need? You find it at the Library’s Home Neighborhood.
Think “library” when you are searching for ideas and inspiration to turn your house into a home. For folks who are starting their projects, check out how-to guides. Tap inside to learn about a digital place that can become your place for credible information on home improvement projects.
Your heating bills are high, and your windows and door are drafty. It is time to make your house energy efficient, but you’re at a loss on where to begin. The Home neighborhood at Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is a great resource to access reliable information. A good example of what you will […]
You are looking around, analyzing the look and feel of your home. There is much about your décor that you like, but something just isn’t right, something is missing. What you discover is it’s you that’s missing. Nothing in your décor reflects what you like, what is important to you, or what your interests are. What to do?
Danny Lichtenauer from Westar Energy will be at the library December 13 at 7:00 pm with helpful tips on managing household energy use.
Need money saving tips to reduce your cooling bill? Check out the US Department of Energy website for ideas on how to reduce costs AND stay cool.
Outdoor retreats are both comfortable and add value to your property. Creating a comfortable outdoor getaway that reflects your personality is easy with all the new furnishings available. The Home Neighborhood has a wonderful selection of books that will get you started on creating your own unique space.