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If you've undergone an energy audit, you know where your house is leaking money. Address those audit findings, and you can save up to 5% to 30% annually on energy bills, according to U.S. Department of Energy’s office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. With the average annual energy bill totalling about $2,200, ac ...Read more
Once you've decided to install a pool, tacking on the additional amenity of an in-ground spa often makes economic sense. After all, builders are already digging up your yard. And because the spa uses the same plumbing and mechanical systems, it's cheaper to do it now than to add it later. Expect to pay an additional $10,000 to ...Read more
The lights come on when you flip the switch, the TV works, and the refrigerator keeps food cold. That means the electrical wiring must be fine, right? Not necessarily. There may be times, especially if your house is more than 40 years old, when you need to upgrade electrical wiring for safety, or because the existing wiring no ...Read more
Lighting is one of the biggest energy gobblers in your house, eating up between 10% and 20% of your total electric bill. But it's also one area of the home where a minimal effort can yield major returns. Simply replacing standard incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescents can lower operating costs by as much as 75% per ...Read more