The average homeowner pays over $13,000 dollars yearly for electricity. This can mean at least five to ten percent of the homeowner’s income goes to electricity bills. The good news? There are countless ways to significantly reduce HVAC costs and your energy bills without sacrificing your comfort. For instance, you can dramatically reduce your energy bills by ensuring you schedule regular AC maintenance.
Although the HVAC system is deemed the primary energy guzzler at home, there are numerous ways you can lessen your HVAC energy costs and lower your energy bill. Read on for tips!
Getting a home insurance policy is
essential when you are buying your dream home. However, just any homeowner’s
insurance policy is not enough; you need to have adequate coverage to
financially protect yourself against any unexpected circumstances.
There is nothing like
enjoying a summer breeze on a beautiful day. So, why not relax in a hammock?
They do not require any special skills or tools to set up and come in a lot of
different styles and colors. Plus, they are environmentally friendly. However, we
have all seen the hammock disaster videos online, and you may find yourself
apprehensive to try out this classic summer trend. Do not worry! Setting up and
enjoying a hammock is a lot easier than it seems. Read on for tips to help you select
and hang your perfect hammock for summer-long relaxation.
Getting better sleep. We all know that we need it, but do you know exactly why? Sleep is an altered state of consciousness in which we have minimal interactions with our surroundings and environmental stimuli. It might seem counter-intuitive, but our brains are quite active during sleep, carrying out a wide range of crucial functions.
Realty Executives International is proud to announce that 636 of
the franchisor’s Realtors® participated in the 2021 Digital Marketing Executive (DMX) certification
program. These Realtors® represent over 90
independently owned and operated Realty Executives brokerages throughout North
The four-week training course, offered annually to all agents, brokers, owners, and administrators, is in its fifth iteration with the brand. Participants in the course complete two hour-long sessions per week and supplemental coursework, totaling 12 hours of education. The DMX content is customized each year to provide the timeliest and in-demand subject matter for real estate professionals. Due to this dynamic structure, those who previously earned the certification are encouraged to recertify each year.
As the days get longer and the weather warmer, it’s easy to get excited about all the fun activities to explore throughout the summer months! With many restrictions lifted, there are more and more opportunities to get out compared to last year. As we are sure is true for many of you, spending time outdoors or on the road with your furry best friend sounds incredible. So, as you ditch your jeans for shorts and coats for swimsuits, here are ways to enjoy the season and keep your pets safe in the summer.
Are you pumped for summer but not for the backyard prep? We have you covered! Embracing the season should be anything but stressful. Here are some ways to fast-track your backyard for summer poolside vibes and serious relaxation.
Enjoying the cool splash of a swimming pool is one of the best feelings one could have during a heat wave, especially in the summer season. But the pleasure of the swimming pool comes with risks. To ensure your safety and the safety of the people around you, check out our tips and pool safety best practices for a fun summer.
In the last several decades, it has become a
common trend for most Americans to use the garage door as the primary entrance
to their home instead of the front door. In fact, surveys over the last fifteen
years have found that up to 70% of homeowners enter their home exclusively
through the garage door. This information has several important impacts for
those who are either selling their home or looking to buy a new one. It means
that you should now be considering visual appeal, safety, and convenience for a
garage door system.