Your home is your shelter from the elements. Hopefully, you have a lot of nice days or even nights where you can keep the windows open and enjoy the fresh air.
With the rising cost of living, every homeowner is looking for ways to bring down home utility expenses without compromising on essential services.
We all know that the winter months can be challenging, especially for those living in cold climates. If you live in a home without insulation, it will take more energy to keep your house warm and comfortable.
The generation of waste seems to be inevitable. Despite your best intentions, most foods are still wrapped in packaging, there are products not used and others broken that need to be eliminated.
If you’re in the market for a new home, you’re likely worried about the future costs that come with it. With appliances running overtime with so many people working from home, utility costs can add up quickly, and that’s not even factoring in the negative environmental impacts that can be caused by appliances that are inefficient.
Energy is expensive. The average annual energy bill is now $1,273. Interestingly, despite the production of more energy-efficient appliances the average cost continues to rise.
The term insulation covers a wide range of materials, from rigid foam and foam-in-place to loose-fill and rolls and batts. While having a lot of options is often a good thing, it can make choosing the right insulation an intimidating prospect for homeowners who are just starting to get into DIY home improvement projects.
Suddenly a list already stacked high with home improvement projects feels perpetually stuck in place. We’re in the house more than ever, looking at everything that needs to be done. Don’t let that get you down and don’t overthink the process!
If you’re getting ready to restore, renovate, or redecorate a space, have you considered any eco-friendly interior design options? In the past, eco-friendly was often associated with “green interior design” that emphasized dull, bland, or just plain weird options that were often cost-prohibitive.
Most people are joining the real estate industry as it is the most secure way to multiply their wealth. Do you know that almost all millionaires have invested in real estate?
Renovating your home to be eco-friendlier adds value to your home and can be a less expensive venture than a large renovation project.