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!
Turn your snow day into a “go day” with these 6 simple home improvement projects.
Winterize your home before it gets to cold! Here are six areas to focus on to help you save energy this winter.
If you’re planning on building a new home, you might be wondering how to get the process started. Whether you’re building a cozy cabin or a costly castle, here are a few suggestions that will help you kick off the construction of your very own dream home.
As much as we don’t want to admit it, winter is right around the corner. Winterizing your home is a very important part of home maintenance. Check out our tips that will help you get ready for the cold temperatures that come with the winter months.
Record-breaking temperatures are sweeping the nation, but don’t break records with your electric bill! Check out these 7 cool tips for hot energy savings.
While being green is ideal, spending more money to help the environment is often costly and unrealistic. However, when the government adds incentive to home improvements that will already save you money – there’s little reason left to hesitate on which type you should choose.
With winter right around the corner, the time has come once again to prepare your home for the cold frosty weather. Just by following these simple steps to weather proofing your home, you could save hundreds each year from energy costs. Here are 10 ways to prepare your home for the winter.
Your home needs repairs, like every home does eventually. Maybe some remodeling, or maybe just upgrading the appliances to better ones – what kind should you get? How can you increase the value of your home while being cost efficient? Is there a difference? Do Energy Star products really save you money? And, aren’t all appliances basically the same thing, so just get the most reasonably priced one?