Featured in Apartment Therapy and the Los Gatos Observer, Whole House purveys salvaged furnishings, fixtures, and raw materials. Recycling these items diverts resources from landfills and keeps human technology out of the paws of junkyard dogs. Whole House's inventory changes frequently, but if Groupon holders shop soon, they can rescue a claw-foot bathtub ($200) and a pedestal sink ($220) from bathroom purgatory, or enhance an empty entryway with a 30"x80" beveled glass door ($199). Alternately, homeowners can hoard reclaimed raw materials, such as tongue and groove flooring ($3/sq. ft.) and Douglas-fir two-by-fours ($0.25/ft.) for a variety of home-improvement projects.