Landscaping offers more than just curb appeal to your home. When it’s used strategically, it can also help you save money on your home energy bills.
Water heaters that never run out of hot water. OMG.
It seems like everything I look at has an ENERGY STAR label. I’ve wondered something though: Are ENERGY STAR labels marketing ploys or do they really mean something?
Whether you need new appliances or just have to replace the ol’ Norge, purchasing energy-efficient ones help you save money by reducing energy consumption. But we generally don’t have time to comb through tons of information to pick the right appliance. No worries! Energy Guide labels help you make a fast decision in the store!
Before you start knocking down walls to remodel your home, why not plan out your renovation so it’s sustainable for the future? From the basement to the yard, the ReGreen Program can give you suggestions on how to make your next home improvement project an eco-friendly one.
Tankless, or on-demand, water heaters hit the market a few years ago as an energy efficient alternative to the traditional gas heated water tanks, but are they right for your home?
With more advantages of installing energy-efficient upgrades emerging daily, why wait to start making changes to your home? They’ll help save you money through tax incentives and cheaper energy bills, and, according to many real estate experts, these improvements help sell your home faster.
As the weather cools down, the temptation to crank up the heat substantially increases. Here are some ways to stay warm without turning your heat on.
Just as there are certain steps to take around the house to get ready for summer, there are also steps that need to be taken to transition from summer to fall.
Whether you want to illuminate your home for safety purposes or simply want to entertain your family and friends, outdoor lighting is simply a smart investment.