Posted on 01/03/2012
Happy New Year! Here is the latest news from the WarmlyYours Weekly Radiant News for this week!
Simplify life; that is the intent of Universal Design. The goal is to make products and an environment functional for all people through the process of embedding choice for all people in all things designed. As life expectancy and modern medicine advances for people living with disabilities, the demand for universally designed materials is rising which is enabling the need for more accessible products. Read More
Two popular ways to measure if house prices are high or low is to compare the cost of buying a house to renting one and to look at the ratio of house prices to personal income. The Rent-Buy ratio suggests that house prices are close to their average values since 1987 and past the boom and bust. The measure compares the 10-city composite index in the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices to the Consumer Price Index for rental of a primary residence. As shown there, the ratio has come back close to the long run average and shows not extreme favortism to either renting or buying. Read More
Massachusetts is a place where the winters are cold and harsh, and many houses are suffering damaged by snow and ice each year. With snow and ice building on top of roofs, the damage can costs thousands of dollars. Ice damage is known to cause roof leaks, rotting and interior damage, which can ultimately cause health and structural complications. In order to prevent ice and snow damage, Rob Robillard of A Concord Carpenter shares and demonstrates how to install WarmlyYours roof and gutter deicing system on an old house in Massachusetts. The WarmlyYours gutter deicing system is a permanent home solution to fight against the damaging effects of winter’s heavy snow and ice. Read More
The most common questions from regional reporters around the country when we release the S&P/Case-Shiller indices is “How are we doing?” or “Is our city ahead of the others?” or “we aren’t at the bottom of the heap, are we?” So, for those who want the comparisons, the two tables below show the highs and lows for the 20 cities and how they might be ranked based on highs, lows, the biggest drop and the best rebound. Read More
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