Posts Tagged: Energy Efficient

Composite Decking Promotes Sustainable Living

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As conscientious consumers, we want to feel good about the purchases we make.  When we make a positive impact through buying things we want, it’s a win-win.  Larger purchases, like with home remodeling rarely impact anyone outside of the home owners.  Well, that’s not the case with recycled composite decking.  Manufacturers produced composite decking to provide… Read more »

Going Green: New Trends in the Modern Home

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If you are looking to make your home a bit more eco-friendly you have came to the right place! Over the past 10 years companies have been focusing on serving the needs of eco-friendly home owners resulting in many products available in the market. From walls and floors to the cleaning products used in your home,… Read more »

Best Practices for Basement Insulation

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Installing basement insulation is different than insulating other places in the house because of the likelihood of mold forming.  Strangely enough, concrete acts like a sponge since it is extremely porous.  Due to its porous nature, you use foam board to insulate instead of fiberglass.   Make Sure Everything Stays Dry: The first thing you… Read more »

Preparing your Entryway Doors for Winter

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Making sure your entryway doors are prepared for the cool months of winter is important.  Properly winterized doors can save you up to ten percent on your energy bill.  That may sound like a lot, but a gap of only 1/8 of an inch around an average-sized entry door is equivalent to having a roughly… Read more »

Hurry! Last Chance to Earn 2016 Tax Credit Savings for a New Door

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We wrote about the 2016 tax credit savings a few months ago, and the good news is- it’s still available.  However, time is running out!  You don’t want to miss out on a chance to save up to $500.00 for upgrading your door.  This doesn’t include the annual savings in cheaper electrical bills.  Interested in earning… Read more »