Simple Ways to Take Control of Your Winter Energy Bills

You may think it’s inevitable – the cooler weather means that your home’s energy bills will rise. Whether you are turning up the heat or turning on the holiday lights, energy usage tends to increase during these cooler months. Yet, there are many steps you can take —...

What You Need To Know About Home Inspections

The home buying process is both exciting and overwhelming at the same time. Even with the help of professionals, your checklist is likely long. And one of the most important items that should be at the top of your list is scheduling a home inspection. Although not...

Downsizing Done Right: Simplifying Your Move

Are you ready to downsize to a smaller home but don’t know where to start? For many seniors, moving or downsizing to a smaller home can be emotionally challenging. After raising a family or spending a good portion of their adult lives in one home, it is often...

Key Steps to Prepare Your Home for Winter

Colder temperatures can take a big toll on your home. Severe winter storms can also knock out heat, power and other services to your home. That’s why it’s important to take a few steps now to prepare your home for the changing weather ahead. Here are some tips from...

Shining a Spotlight on Careers in Construction

October is Careers in Construction Month and it’s a perfect time to recognize the contributions of all the professionals working in residential construction as well as highlight the rewarding careers available in the industry. Indeed, a home builders and...

Preventing Home Fires is the Best Way to Survive Them

Every year, home fires claim the lives of close to 3,000 Americans and cause around $6 billion in damage. While fire deaths in the home are dropping — largely due to fire safety awareness and home building codes and techniques – far too many people in the United...
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