Getting to Green. By making older homes and buildings more energy efficient, you make a smart investment. Buildings that save energy sell faster and for more money. They cost less to run--cutting your utility bills. They are healthier and more comfortable to live in--with less mold and fewer allergens...preventing drafts and hot and cold rooms.
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I have a client whose job takes him to various cities up and down the east coast. He is deciding where to buy his first house. Philadelphia appeals to him because of our green innovation and our mayor's committment to Green! I went to http://green-changemakers.blogspot.com Here is the list of th...
What a great, thoughtful post. And I really appreciated the Stephen Colbert at the end!While news stories, articles, and blogs continue to be written about “Strategic Default” and how those facing foreclosure shouldn’t be allowed to walk away or have their mortgage balance reduced, punishing fore...
Months ago someone lauded this color on AR. Thank you! This is neutral but elegant. Lots of colors look really nice in front of it. Black furniture....red. Hey stagers? Any other colors you like to use?