Need New HVAC Appliances In A Very Old Home You Bought? Have Efficiency In Mind

Posted on: 1 March 2018

If you have purchased a very old home that has outdated appliances, and you know that you need to change out the HVAC appliances, there are some great appliances that you want to consider while you are investing your money and time. You want to make sure that you pick what's best for the home and your budget. Talk with an HVAC professional about the following options, and what will be the best for your home and your energy use.
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Hardscape Options For Your Backyard Patio

Posted on: 10 January 2018

When you're planning your backyard landscape, it's all about tying the different elements together into a space that is both effective and beautiful. Your want your yard to provide much-needed outdoor space for playing, entertaining, growing food (if you're into gardening), and giving you some great natural exposure. While many people focus on the plants and sod and features of a landscape, choosing a hardscape for patio spaces in a very essential part of planning your overall design.
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Energy Efficient Front Doors

Posted on: 3 December 2017

Your door opens your home to your friends and family. Unfortunately, sometimes it can also open your home to the elements. Many people opt to update their door with an energy efficient door to give your house the best protection available.  How Doors are Energy Efficient Doors can lose heat through air leakage and direct conduction. Energy efficient doors prevent this from happening through a number of different methods.  The material used to make the door can help make it more energy efficient.
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Tips For Planning A Room Addition On Your Home

Posted on: 1 November 2017

Building a room addition onto your home could mean the difference between uprooting your family to move to a larger house and staying in the home you love. When you build an addition, you can add a new bedroom, bathroom, family room, kitchen, or anything else you need to accommodate your growing family. It's an excellent option when your home is getting too small for your family but you hate to give up your present home or beautiful lot.
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