Make An Impression On Your Flooring
Most people think the first impression of their home is made by the color on the walls or furniture in a room; but in reality, it’s made by what’s under your feet – the flooring. If the carpet is dirty and worn, tiles are chipped, or the wood floor is warping, it’s time for a change.


Energy Saving Tips

Fast & Free
Don’t block heating outlets with furniture or other objects

In winter months keep window shades and drapes open during the day to naturally warm your home. Close them at night to help insulate against heat loss.

Keep traditional fireplaces closed and the dampers shut when not in use.

Shorten showers; cutting shower time in half can cut your water heating costs by 33%.

Turn off all unnecessary appliances and lights and keep them unplugged and put your computer and monitor to sleep.

Start using energy saving settings on refrigerators, dishwashers, washing machines and clothes dryers.

Wash only full loads of dishes and clothes

Inexpensive Solutions
Insulate hot water pipes and ducts.
Make sure your water heater has an insulating blanket.
You can also install low flow showerheads, again saving on hot water expenses.
Replace your furnace’s air filter before every heating season begins.
A programmable thermostat can save you up to 15% on your heating bill.
Replace incandescent bulbs with compact fluorescent lamps.

Long Term Investments
Replacing your windows and siding with high-efficiency windows and siding can reduce your heating and cooling costs by more than 15%.
Purchase Energy Star qualified products and appliances for your home.
Only 20% of homes built before 1980 are efficiently insulated, increase your home’s insulation and reduce heating and cooling costs by more than 15%.

What's Wrong With My Windows?

Did you know that a family of four can generate up to 18 gallons of water in the form of humidity inside a home in a week? All that water stemming from cooking, showering, washing and drying clothes, and even breathing, has to go somewhere.

One of the more visible indicators of high humidity in a home is the windows. If your home contains excessive moisture and it’s cold outside, the first place you’ll see it is on your windows. This does not mean there’s a problem with your windows, according to the Window & Door Manufacturers Association and manufacturer Peachtree Doors & Windows. The majority of window condensation simply indicates that your home needs increased ventilation to lower the amount of moisture in the air or you need to reduce the sources of the humidity. 


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