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  • DIY Home Energy Audit in 6 Easy Steps

    Is your home squandering precious energy? Here’s how you can search out areas of energy waste that may be costing you money. By following up on problems, you can lower energy bills by 5% to 30% annually. With annual energy bills averaging $2,200, investing in fixes or energy-efficient replacement products could save you up to $660 within a year. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Vinyl Flooring for the Bathroom: Stylin’ It Up on the Cheap

    Your bathroom floor works hard. That’s why selecting bathroom flooring isn’t quite like choosing flooring for any other room.

    Your bathroom floor has to be safe even when wet. On top of that, it has to look good without busting the budget. That’s why low-cost vinyl flooring—also called resilient flooring–is the top choice for bathrooms. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Save Energy with a Wood-Burning Fireplace Insert Installation

    You might love the authentic crackle of the fire and the warm ambiance that fills your rooms. But that romantic hearth is costing you money. Almost all the heat generated by an open fire goes right up the chimney — often as much as 90%. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Linoleum for the Bathroom Floor: Earth-Friendly Beauty

    This is your grandma’s flooring! Once a flooring mainstay, linoleum is staging a comeback as a green option suitable for bathrooms. It’s also affordable. Cost: $2 to $4 per sq. ft.; installation, $5 to $7 per sq. ft. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Gas Fireplace Inserts: Pros and Cons

    Flip a switch; have fire. That’s the key appeal of a gas fireplace insert. You still enjoy real flames, but without the hassles of solid fuel. There is no firewood to stack, bags of pellets to dump, and no ashes to clean out. The air inside your house and in your neighborhood stays clean, too. No wonder that about 70% of all hearth products—fireplaces, inserts, and artificial log sets—now burn gas. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Stone Tile for the Bathroom Floor: A Touch of the High Life

    Stone tile gives a bathroom a luxurious feel, at a premium price. Natural stone tiles made of granite, slate, limestone, travertine, and marble can cost as much as $100 per sq. ft. Installation adds $5 to $10 per sq. ft. But by shopping around, you might find presentable stone bathroom tiles for as little as $2 each. Do the installation job yourself and you’ll truly have affordable luxururious bathroom floors. Read the rest of this entry »

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