From sustainable building to automated home lighting and personalization features, our team highlights the best of the 2019 International Builders’ Show.
How can you ensure that your home is performing optimally? Start with a home energy audit, which can identify issues that are negatively impacting the performance, efficiency, and comfort of your home.
When John and Diana Sanny bought their St. Paul, Minn. home in 1996, they were ready to settle down and raise the family they’d started. Twenty years, countless memories and a few renovations later, the couple reflects on those experiences and how vinyl replacement windows have enhanced the value of their treasured home.
October is the month for pumpkin spice lattes, Friday night football games and falling leaves. But it also ushers in cooler temperatures, which can cause home heating costs to increase. Here's the good news: you can save money by saving energy.
With winter just around the corner, it's important to make sure your home is outfitted with the right kind of windows and doors. The right choice ensures that your money won't fly out the window once the snow starts flying outside - and you'll stay warmer inside, too.
Your new home offers a chance to express your unique tastes and reinforce your personal values. For instance, an airy, open-plan home paired with energy-efficient features can help you voice your growing concern for the environment — while saving money on electricity at the same time. In fact, there are plenty of home features that can help you accomplish your personal home goals. If you’re a millennial, or you know a millennial, bookmark this page as a resource for things to consider before your first buy.