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Home wrecker

46 percent of respondents of a Houzz survey found the remodeling process with their significant other to be collaborative, 46 percent admit they found the experience frustrating and 12 percent admit to considering a separation.

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Over my dead body

Swedes and Danes use dead bodies to heat their homes. Crematoriums create a lot of energy that was going to waste — until someone got the bright idea to pump that heat into local energy companies, where it’s used to warm homes.  

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A warm gift

Guests brought firewood as gifts and lit fires in all the fireplaces in the home. Obviously this warmed up the place for the family, but it was also believed to ward off evil spirits. It's said to rid of bad energy before it could become a happy abode.

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What a waste!

Conventional building construction and operation consumes large quantities of wood, water, metals and other natural resources. Although majority of the materials used to build a home are put to good use, vast quantities of resources are wasted

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