Increasing your kitchen’s green attributes
By outfitting your kitchen with energy-efficient appliances, adding the warmth of radiant floor heating, and using LED or CFL lighting, you will be well on your way to increasing your kitchen's green attributes.
Prospects Are Looking Up For Building, Remodeling Homes
The recession precipitated by 2008's financial crisis had a wide-ranging, negative impact on the U.S. housing market, decreasing home values across the nation. Homeowners and families looking to sell their houses in the immediate future weren't the only ones affected. Concerns about the weak market caused homeowners to hold back on remodeling or renovation projects, as they worried about their jobs and financial security, as well as uncertainty about future return on investments made in their homes.
7 Ways to Lower Your Gas and Electric Bills
Six Energy-Efficient Upgrades that Qualify for 2012/2013 Tax Credits
Here are six of the most common energy-efficient upgrades that you may have already made, or plan to make this year, that are eligible for a federal tax credit.
Four Tips For Putting More Money Into Your Rainy Day Fund
Even if your finances are in great shape, there's no reason why you can't tweak your spending habits to help you save more money.