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2018 High-Performance Home Workshop for RGV Builders

2018 High-Performance Home Workshop for RGV Builders

The 2018 High Performance Home Workshop was held on Thursday, Oct 25th, at the United Way of South Texas facility in McAllen. Builders attending the workshop learned new strategies for differentiating themselves from those building to minimum code, and, more importantly, how energy efficient certifications provide the utmost in value for homebuyers: compliance with state code law, utility savings, homes that are healthier and more comfortable, reduced cost of home ownership in the long term, and future selling advantages with higher resale values.

Whole House Comfort. It’s All About Humidity.

Whole House Comfort. It’s All About Humidity.

The key to ensuring whole house comfort is as simple as making sure the humidity in your home is controlled. Controlling the humidity levels in your home not only increases comfort and the quality of indoor air, it also saves energy and lowers your utility bill. Achieving this task, however, involves several components in the

Energy Efficient Products of the Month

Energy Efficient Products of the Month

Today we will highlight different materials and/or products that are key contributors to energy savings, interior comfort, and lower utility bills. Often, the little extra expense in up-front costs of these materials and products is minimal compared to long-term savings—especially if you, as the homeowner, consider all the resulting benefits for the life of your

Small Energy Saving Tips to Save Big!

Small Energy Saving Tips to Save Big!

By making some basic changes around the house, you can save big bucks on your monthly bills.   1. Ask your builder for ENERGY STAR® appliances The appliances and electronics in your home consume 20% of the electricity you use. Request only ENERGY STAR for your new home’s refrigerator, washing machine, dishwater, and other appliances. Over

Overlooked “Must Haves”

Overlooked “Must Haves”

There are some things missing from your new home shopping list of “must haves.” And they should be deal breakers. When it comes to choosing a new home, we are all different. We have different ideas and individual preferences about size, floor plan design, interior colors and textures, and the ideal home exterior.  We carry


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