June 2016

Another Energy Saving Tip

Mark any cracks in the basement with dated masking tape. Many homes have a few small cracks in their basement walls from the settling of the foundation and the weight of the house. In a stable home, the small cracks…

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More Tips For Homeowners

 Install ceiling fans in most rooms. Ceiling Fans are a low-energy way to keep air moving in your home. Because of the air circulation effect, you can get away with keeping your thermostat a degree or two higher in summer…

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New Homeowner Tips

Lower the temperature on your hot water heater down to 120 degrees Fahrenheit (55 degrees Celsius). This is the optimum temperature for your hot water heater. Most people don’t use water hotter than 120 degrees — indeed, water hotter than that can scald…

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Check Here For New Homeowner Tips

So you’ve just moved into your nice new home. You’ve unloaded the boxes and started to unpack your life.  Right now is the perfect time to walk through a checklist of ways to save money on your home for years…

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