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This Simple Question Can Save You a Lot of Money
Imagine this scenario ... You purchase a new home and move in. A few weeks later you hear a strange rumbling sound. It's the furnace. It's only a year old, yet it's sputtering like it's twenty. You realize you'll have to call in an Read More...
The Fastest Way to Lower Your Energy Bill
Did you know that, next to heating and air conditioning, your lights consume most of the energy in your home? In fact, you can lower your electricity bill quickly – and substantially – simply by being smarter about lighting. First, consider Read More...
Save Money on Insurance
Like heat, water and air conditioning, insurance is a home expense you have some degree of control over. In fact, there are ways to reduce your insurance costs by as much as 20%. The thing to keep in mind is that insurance companies will often reward Read More...
How Much Can You Afford?
Why is it so important to know how much you can afford to spend on a home? Two reasons. First, you don't want to buy a property and then find out, only after you’ve moved in, that you can't financially maintain it. That would mean having Read More...
Reducing the Damage of Drafts
Can a draft through a window or door cause damage? It can. Damage to your bank account! A single, seemingly minor, draft through a window can increase your energy bill by as much as 3%. In addition, a damp draft can make a room feel colder than it really Read More...
Inexpensive Ways to Reduce Your Energy Bill
You could get upgraded insulation installed in all the walls of your home, or buy a new high-efficiency furnace and air conditioner. These improvements would certainly reduce your energy costs – but they each require significant investment. What Read More...

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