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If you’re considering renovating your home in order to maximize your energy efficiency and long-term monthly expenses, here is a guide with five essential Eco-Friendly ideas for your home.  Following these guidelines will not only minimize unnecessary energy expenditure; they will also save you a...

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Does your home have icicles? Those picturesque, glistening signs that winter has truly come to Upstate New York once again. While they can be pretty at first, icicles or rather, ice dams can be a very visible indication that your home has insulation problems. “An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms...

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Here are some tips to make your home more energy-efficient this winter. In Upstate New York, the winters can be very harsh and their toll can not only be tough on your home but also on your wallet.  If you're a homeowner in Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, or Albany areas, now that the snow has be...

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Going "green" is all the rage, but what does this mean when it comes to weatherizing the home? Weatherization methods using air sealing and extra insulation will improve heating and cooling efficiency. Improved efficiency obviously translates to dollars and cents and saving money is always a good th...

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With the frosty weather quickly descending it's once again time to dust the cobwebs of the furnace and start prepping for another toasty winter inside your home. There are of course many different approaches that you can take to making your home more comfortable in the winter from caulking around wi...

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Snowfall can be both exciting and inconvenient in the Upstate New York region at this time of year. Underneath a heavy blanket of fresh snow and adorned with twinkling icicles, your home can appear more magical and wondrous. On the other hand, the accumulation of ice and snow on top of a home can sp...

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As we start to get more snow, and you find yourself turning the heat up constantly in your home to stay warm, are you thinking about your energy bill? Last winter was loaded with frigid temperatures -- which was probably reflected in your heat bill. Have you considered the possibility that maybe you...

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