Does Your Connecticut Home Have Enough Insulation?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Some home remodeling projects are fun and visually rewarding. It’s great to walk into a newly remodeled home and “oooh and ahhh” over a brand new look. Sometimes, however, the improvements you make to your home aren’t all that much to look at—but they make a huge impact on the comfort of your home. And after all, home is the place you want to be comfortable. 

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Tags: Green Remodeling, Seasonal Remodeling Projects, Energy Savings, Home Maintenance

The Best Storm Door for Your Connecticut Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Cold wintry weather is fast approaching and it’s time to start thinking about preventing chilly drafts in your home. One of the best ways to do that is to have the right storm door installed. There are specific ways to determine which storm door fits your needs.

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Tags: Home Renovations, Exterior Remodeling, Seasonal Remodeling Projects, Energy Savings

Using Environmentally-Safe Materials for Your Green Remodeling

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

One of the most important facets of green remodeling – incorporating both cost-effective and earth-sustaining concepts into your home - is using products which are environmentally safe.  As you know, many products and practices utilized during the remodeling of a home can have very damaging effects on the environment, even long-term.  This can range from disturbing the landscape surrounding the home, as well as chemicals and materials that emit pollutants into the air.  But there are green solutions to all of these problems.

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Tags: Home Renovations, Energy Savings

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