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Renovation Designs

Home Remodeling – 5 Ways to Give Your Home a New Look

Home is a place of living where we all dwell and live. Changing the entire house or shifting to a new place is really very expensive and costly.

Energy Savings

Make Your Home Energy Efficient In 5 Simple Ways

Those who think a home is a sheer liability have never lived in an energy efficient home that can save hundreds of dollars in energy bills and regular maintenance. The purpose of an energy efficient home is to lower utility bills while ensuring a healthy living for the occupants.

Home Renovation

4 New Remodeling Trends That Help Maximize Your Home’s Value

Tweet Staying abreast with these market trends when you remodel will result in: a higher resale price, a more comfortable home, and energy efficiency. 1. Open Floor Plans With an

Energy Savings

Top 5 Energy Saving Tips and Strategies for Your Home This Summer

Tweet Summer is coming. The extra heat is going to put extra stress on your body and your wallet. But no worries, because we’ve got the best energy saving tips

Energy Savings

The Reason Your Clothes Dryer May Actually be Drying out Our World’s Hope for Sustainability

Tweet I will be the first to admit, growing up there was nothing I found more comforting than pulling warm clothes from the dryer and holding them to my face

Attic

Understanding Attic Ventilation and its Benefits

Tweet Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t recognize the benefits that come with a well-ventilated attic. It all seems odd to add insulation for warmth and then knowingly allow cold to enter

Energy Savings

How to Make Your Home Renovation Project More Energy Efficient

Tweet The combined effect on the environment of all of this waste in households throughout the country is also a major concern. This energy consumption could be reduced and put

Home Lighting

Why LED Lighting will Benefit Your Home

Tweet Lighting uses 12% of global electricity every day. That is a large number considering there a thousands of things that run using electricity, including machines, air coolers, fridges, and

Energy Savings Featured

4 Neglected Ways You Can Cut That Energy Bill

The energy bill is most homeowners’ largest bill, so if you want to save money, you will probably want to look for opportunities to lessen this bill. We all know about energy-efficient light bulbs and having the proper insulation in our homes, but there are many ideas you may not have thought of.

Heating and Cooling

5 Signs Your Furnace Is on the Fritz

You might not think about your furnace during the warm summer months, but don’t forget about your heating system completely. If you know your furnace needs some routine maintenance or repairs, don’t wait until the cold hits again to get it checked out.

Green Home

Cut the Energy Bill and Increase Home Value: 5 Projects to Accomplish by July

As the summer heat approaches, it’s time to get your home ready for it. The more you prepare, the more you can save on your cooling bills.

Energy Savings

6 Energy-Efficient Insulation Tips for this Winter

Tweet The pure bliss of sitting by the window with a steaming hot cuppa in hand and watching the first snowflakes of the season drifting down on to the driveway.

Doors and Windows

What You Need to Know About Replacement Windows

Tweet Window technology has improved so much that the federal government’s ENERGY STAR program says that qualified windows can low your energy bills by 7 to 15 percent. That may