Today's Homeowner with Danny Lipford
Homefront Radio Show

Electrical & Lighting

Automated Devices for Your Home

Find out about electronic devices that are available to automate your home, from wireless lighting controls to motorized window blinds. Watch this video to find out more.

Pendant Light Fixtures Add Pizzazz to Your Home

Pendant light fixtures can add style and color to your breakfast room, bar, or kitchen. Watch this video to find out about the many decorator pendant lights available for your home.

High Tech Audio, Video, and Lighting Devices for Your Home

From wireless audio and video systems to home lighting and alarms, there are a growing number of high tech devices for your home, many of which are easy to install yourself. Watch this video to find out more.

Tips on Where and How to Install a Bathroom Vent Fan

Steve asks, “Is it better to install a bathroom vent fan over the shower or the middle of the room?”

If your fan is rated for it, over the shower is the best location for a bathroom vent fan. Read on to find out more.

DIY Tips for Saving Energy in Your Home

Everyone wants to reduce the utility bills on their home. Watch this video for simple ways to lower heating and cooling costs, improve insulation, save energy on lighting, and make your hot water heater more energy efficient.

Hampton Bay Wireless Ceiling Fan Remote Control

The Hampton Bay Wireless Remote Control for ceiling fans can be used to control the fan and lights on many different brands of paddle fans. To install, turn off the power to the fan, attach the controller to the wiring, and you’re ready to go. Watch this video to find out more.

Safety Concerns and Options for Energy Saving Lighting

CFL bulbs contain a small amount of mercury, and safety precautions should be followed if broken, but they can save a lot of energy in your home. Watch this video to find out more.

How to Get the Best Lighting Out of Bathroom Light Fixtures

See how to get the most flattering light out of your bathroom light fixture by changing the type of bulbs or inverting the light fixture so it faces the ceiling. Watch this video to find out more.