Will Remodeling and Home Construction Sizzle or Slow this Summer?
At the beginning of the year, a Houzz survey reported that 90 percent of the home professionals surveyed expected their business’ revenue to grow in 2014. In April, a study by Piper Jaffray reported by Remodeling revealed half of surveyed homeowners said they intended to spend more on home improvement projects in the next 12 months versus the previous 12 months, and 20 percent said they would spend “significantly more.”
Passive Homes: Leaders in Energy Efficiency
As energy bills climb and awareness of eco-responsibility grows, finding eco-friendly options for the home has become a priority. Passive solar design and energy-efficient appliances and systems can reduce your impact on the environment, as well as your energy costs.
Radiant Heat From Top to Bottom, Inside and Out
WarmlyYours' new infographic, “An Inside Look at Modern Home Heating Solutions”, colorfully illustrates how electric radiant heat can add luxury, comfort and convenience to your home.
Extreme Temperatures No Problem for Radiant Heat
As the primary heating source in a suburban Chicago home, WarmlyYours radiant heating system had no trouble keeping up with the extreme cold this January. WarmlyYours’ new, online heat loss calculator helps homeowners and trade professionals assess their heating needs to help them get their home improvement projects underway.
Is Bigger Really Better in Home Construction? Think again.
Bigger doesn’t necessarily mean better. Owning a smaller home offers many appealing, and cost-saving, advantages.