As winter creeps up on us, we spend time making sure that our homes are ready for the colder months ahead. However, many people forget to protect the most vulnerable part of their home: their lawn and garden! From dealing with leaves to moving lawn furniture, there are several easy ways to keep your lawn and garden healthy through the winter! Continue reading “Protect Your Lawn & Garden This Winter” »
Prepare now before the snow falls
Now that the days are getting chillier, it’s the ideal time to think about winterizing your home. Although it’s not quite winter, you’ll find that preparing for cold weather and frozen precipitation now will help you later. Your heating costs and electricity bills will go down and you’ll gain peace of mind in knowing that you and your home are efficiently prepared for winter. Continue reading “Easy Ways To Get Your Home Ready For The Colder Months” »
When you think about heating your home, do oil or radiators come to mind? Your home can easily be green or more “eco friendly”, saving you hundreds of dollars per year and saving the environment at the same time! Take a look at these three green options, which are easily becoming the most popular ways to heat your home.
Radiant Floor Heat
Radiant Floor Heat is an option that many people don’t know about. For those that do know, using radiant floor heat can be great if you want to keep your feet toasty all winter. Unlike oil, radiant floor heat is designed to bring the heat up. You’ll no longer have to worry about your feet being freezing, while your head is overheating, because radiant heat is designed to rise. All parts of you are warm at the same time. And unlike noisy radiators, you’ll be able to forget you have a heat source going because it’s quiet, allowing you to enjoy the peace and comfort of your home in silence. Although radiant heating can initially be expensive to install, especially if you don’t have pre-existing floor tubes, it pays for itself with a thirty percent decrease in energy costs. Continue reading “3 Greener Options For Heating Your New Home” »