Stuck With Window Air Conditioning Units? How To Operate Them More Efficiently

Posted on: 4 June 2015

Window air conditioning units have a bad rap when it comes to efficiency. Even the newer, more energy-efficient models can suck up a lot of electricity, raising your bills substantially in the summer. They also only cool small areas, meaning that you need many units to cool a large house. If you cannot afford to upgrade to central air this summer, try these three tips to operate your window units more efficiently. [Read More]

Four Solid Reasons To Choose Spray Foam Insulation For Your Home

Posted on: 21 May 2015

Leaky insulation can increase your HVAC costs by up to 40% as air leaks through the insulation and out of your home. Some types of insulation will start out strong but will deteriorate over time. Fiberglass insulation is very common, but it is not necessarily the best insulation on the market. Spray foam insulation will improve on the weaknesses of fiberglass insulation and thus help you to get more for your money. [Read More]

Do You Live In An Old Ugly Home? Try These Tips With Bricks For A New Look

Posted on: 6 May 2015

If you have a plain flat house and you wish it had a little dimension or some pizzazz, there are few ways you can spruce up the exterior. You can have small renovation projects performed that are going to make the house look very different. By changing the landscaping around the home and adding some stone or brick, you can get a house that looks very modern on the outside. Consider the following things if the exterior of your home needs a facelift. [Read More]

Dispelling Common Home Building Myths

Posted on: 17 April 2015

Building a home is one of the largest projects that most people will go through. In addition to being a major investment, these new home building projects are highly complex, and it should not be surprising that you may feel a little overwhelmed if you are considering pursuing this option. However, having a thorough understanding of this topic can help you to better understanding what this process will be like. Without this understanding, you will be far less able to anticipate what will be needed during this work, which can lead to a host of problems and additional stresses. [Read More]