Monthly Archives: May 2013

Are Low-E Windows a Hot Problem?

As we discussed last week in our post, What Are Low-E Windows, low emission (or Low-E) windows can be a fantastic way to reduce energy loss in your house and lower your heating bills over the long term. They are more energy efficient because they are treated with special coatings which only allow certain portions [...]

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What are Low-E Windows?

Homeowners are increasingly interested in building materials that are energy-efficient and reduce heating costs over the long-term. All sorts of things are going green nowadays – from renewable resource-based bamboo wood floors to low-flow toilets and smart heating systems, it’s easy to increase your home’s efficiency and save money as well as the environment. There [...]

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The Twists and Turns of Home Value

A purchased home is more than just four walls and a roof over your head; it’s an important investment in your future. Of course, the nature of home ownership has changed drastically over the past few years thanks to the economic crash in the late 2000s; there was a time not long ago when a [...]

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Long-Term Considerations for Renovations Part 2

Home renovation has increased in the past few years, with more homeowners choosing to upgrade their existing property than try their luck in the realty market. With the economy still on shaky ground, a great deal of these renovations will be done with an eye on keeping costs as low as possible; the remodeling market [...]

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