Today’s savvy homeowner looks for ways to reduce their family’s carbon footprint, invests in eco-friendly products, and observes earth-friendly home maintenance guidelines. Sustainable siding is a smart choice for homeowners because it is durable, long-lasting, easy to maintain, and cost-effective.
This year many Earth Day events have been cancelled due to COVID-19. But even though we’re encouraged to stay close to home, we can still find ways to protect the environment and engage in activities that promote sustainability. It’s more
If you’re currently living in a home that hasn’t been built within the past 20 years, you know it probably isn’t anywhere close to being zero net. If you want to find ways to make your home more sustainable, you
Copper gutters are distinctive and timeless. Even though they are one of the most high-end gutter materials, they appeal to homeowners because a copper gutter system perfectly blends beauty with functionality. Suitable for a wide range of architectural styles, they
A rain barrel captures and collects runoff exiting the gutter system through the downpipes. In addition to being a part of eco-friendly gardening practices, rain barrels improve how drainage is managed on a residential property. The benefits of rain barrels
These days “spare change” is hard to find for pretty much anything, but budgeting for home improvements can be especially difficult. When you do have to spend money on renovations, you want to make sure it will be money well
An energy-efficient home is not only good for the environment, it is good for your wallet, too. Anything you can do to save energy and make your home more energy-efficient can also result in side benefits such as reduced noise
Wood siding is appealing to many homeowners because of its timeless beauty. Cedar shingles, clapboard siding, and other types of wood cladding are an eco-friendly green option because they can be recycled when the siding eventually needs to be replaced.
Fall is typically the season we prepare ourselves for winter – cups of hot chocolate, a pot of homemade soup on the stove, a fire in the fireplace on movie night. We turn on the heat to keep us cozy
More homeowners are opting to do renovations in the fall and winter months because it can be a cost-effective way to stretch a remodel budget – depending on the type of renovation, contractors are often less busy during October, November