Tips to Save Money on Energy During Winter Months

Winter is coming and with it, higher fuel consumption. You’ll need to crank up your boiler to combat colder temperature and turn on lights earlier to chase away the 4pm dark. And you know, plug in that electric blanket, take warm showers, and put the kettle on all the time. Keeping hygge—or just warm—in the […]

How Homeowners Save Money and the Environment

Caring for the Earth is a responsibility that all people share. One of the main advantages that comes with caring for the Earth is that you can also save some money. There are several things that homeowners can do today that can help them to save money when they are looking to make their homes […]

A Glance at Energy-Efficient Home Improvements

Remodeling your house is not only an opportunity to visually enhance and improve the function of your home, it’s also a great way to reduce waste and save energy. Energy-efficient home improvements will help to increase the comfort of your home while helping to protect the environment. If you’re considering remodeling, it’s worth the time […]

Top 10 Measures to Save Energy

The ever-increasing demand for energy is adding to the stress on the finite energy reserves of our planet. This is leading to the rapid depletion of these resources, which makes one ponder over a grave issue – if this continues, what will our future look like? The picture doesn’t necessarily have to be gloomy. Although […]

Recycled uPVC – A New Window of Opportunity

Eco-conscious consumers in the United Kingdom have a new environmentally friendly option for replacing the windows in their home. Recycled uPVC (or unplasticized PVC) is durable, energy efficient and recyclable, making it an environmentally responsible choice of material for anyone who needs new windows. Read on to learn more about the benefits that recycled uPVC […]

9 Warning Signs Of A Termite Problem

Termites are among the most secretive and destructive insect types that infest homes in Australia and around the world. Primarily, they live, travel and eat through timber’s inner layer, and this makes them difficult to spot. They can also be found in door and window frames, and in foundations of your home. So how exactly […]