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Making a selection of the right AC as per your requirements, involves a lot of considerations like affordability, setup, noise level, efficiency, warranty and many other things. To help you in your search for making a right choice, here is […]
Building materials are considered “green” if they reduce harm to the environment or human health, such as by improving energy efficiency, reducing the carbon footprint, or minimizing waste. Here’s a closer look at 10 popular sustainable building materials: Certified Lumber […]
Energy efficiency is not just for certain people, it is something that everyone can take a part in. The good news is that there are a few ways that you can make your home energy efficient with efficient strategies and […]
With the increasing popularity of solar energy in recent times, it’s no secret that the technology has many advantages. If you’re a homeowner considering making some upgrades to your residence, now is the time to get to know more about […]
Garbett Homes, a Department of Energy (DOE) Housing Innovation Award winner, announced their commitment to certify all 15 single-family homes in the new community of Treseder at Little Cottonwood as DOE Zero Energy Ready Homes.
Millennials are finally starting to enter the real estate market after delaying home purchases for several years. With a completely new client base looking for homes, it is time to start making your home more appealing to these young buyers.
A home appraisal is an independent opinion of your home’s value, performed by a licensed home appraiser. Appraisals are part of the traditional home purchase process, and most lenders require them.
When people purchase their home, one of their common requests is “plenty of light.” And for good reason! This is a critical factor for enjoying your home, and when designing your interior, you should pay special attention to just that: your sources of light.
Money troubles, difficulty getting financing and competition from overabundant, cheap existing homes keeps forcing many smaller home builders out of business.