Energy Efficient Windows, For Better Living

While home improvement chains may be making you aware of the incentives and savings of new appliances, if you’re living in an older home you can save more on both fronts by looking at replacement windows.

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Home Remodeling Best Bang For Buck

Given the vast improvements in materials, you can replace your inefficient 10-15-year-old products with highly efficient ones for a decent return when you sell. In addition, the improvements help you save on heating and cooling bills. Replacing leaky windows with highly efficient newer ones is a good example.

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Air Conditioning Efficiency: How to Lower Home Cooling Costs

Improving your home’s air conditioning and cooling system efficiency can be achieved through a combination of common sense maintenance tips as well as by reducing the heat that gets into your home. Follow these steps and you’ll improve your air conditioning efficiency, reduce cooling costs and improve your comfort all year long.

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Energy 101-The Importance of Air Sealing

In this Home Energy 101 post, we are going to focus on air sealing of the home. It is one of the most cost effective ways to increase energy efficiency in Summer and Winter. No matter how well your house is insulated, if there are cracks

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Rehabbing a Home with HUD 203k

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Learn about a government backed loan program called a 203k rehabilitation mortgage to make those needed home improvements. Repair inefficient leaky windows & doors, roof shot or shingles missing, kitchen or bathroom looking sad and tired? Maybe your house needs to be remodeled and made ADA accessible for an aging parent that is moving in, or you know that there is no way that it can make it through another winter or summer comfortably paying ever rising utility costs.

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