Posts Tagged ‘ Westchester home inspection ’

7 Simple Steps for Summer Lawn Prep

Posted on: August 26, 2016 by in Blog
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If you’re a part of the nearly 90 percent of Americans who believe it’s important to have a well-maintained yard, you and your backyard will appreciate these seven simple steps for tending to your natural turf  summer lawn with minimal effort. According to Grass Seed USA, a coalition of American grass seed farmers and academics, investing a little repair time in early spring and a small amount of maintenance time in summer will pay off with a lush lawn ready for all your summer Continue Reading ...

Is your high-efficiency water heater going to lead to heartache?

Posted on: August 19, 2016 by in Blog
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It’s time to replace your old, energy-guzzling water heater, boiler, dehumidifier or furnace and you’ve done your homework. You’re going to save energy and money in the long run by switching to a high-efficiency condensing heater or boiler. It’s important to know the nuances of proper installation — even if you’re relying on a professional to do the job. A growing number of homeowners are turning to boilers, HVAC systems and water heaters that rely on condensing to maximize the Continue Reading ...

Simple Tips to Save Money, Energy-saving Tips as the Heat Rises

Posted on: August 12, 2016 by in Blog
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With temperatures — and therefore, electric bills — on the rise, American homeowners are looking for the most effective ways to make the biggest dent in their energy bills; however, many may be overlooking some of the most important energy-saving tips. Homeowners are more likely to do simple things around the house to conserve energy, according to the Lennox Home Energy Report Card Survey. Those simple things may include changing air filters in a heating and cooling system on a regular Continue Reading ...

5 Top Trends in Container Gardening

Posted on: August 5, 2016 by in Blog
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Gardening is a peaceful activity that eases tension, reduces overall stress and promotes longevity. One long-term study found that daily gardening reduces the risk for both dementia and Alzheimer's disease. With all of these benefits, there are ample reasons why people of all ages and lifestyles should start digging in the dirt.   You don't need a big yard or lots of room to enjoy a beautiful garden. With so many options for indoor and outdoor container gardening, there's no limit on Continue Reading ...

Top Energy-efficient Housing Features Every Homebuyer Should Know

Posted on: July 29, 2016 by in Blog
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Most Americans want an energy-efficient home, and they’re willing to make the necessary changes to help improve efficiency, whether it’s changing their habits or buying more energy-efficient appliances. But reducing energy bills and making your home more efficient doesn’t just begin with remembering to switch off lights in empty rooms or paying top-dollar for newer appliances. “Energy efficiency has to start when a home is being built,” says Kevin Clayton, CEO of manufactured home Continue Reading ...

New Home Improvement Trends For Your Property Investment

Posted on: July 22, 2016 by in Blog
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When you’re in the process of buying or building a home, you’re constantly researching trends and technology that will set your home apart. Fast forward a few years and you probably don’t have your finger on the pulse of home advancements like before. 6 Home Improvement Trends to Update your Stale Space It’s good you’ve settled in to your home, but a lot can change in just a handful of years. If you’re finally thinking about finishing the basement, updating the kitchen or Continue Reading ...

Does Your Door Lock Protect Against This Break-in Method?

Posted on: July 15, 2016 by in Blog
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From self-driving cars to Snapchat, digital technology continues to transform almost every aspect of our lives. While these big-ticket smart items make the headlines, many homeowners are more interested in how smart technology can be used to increase their level of home security. Today, advanced image sensors, indoor video cameras and DIY security hubs allow the average homeowner to install security systems that are directly linked to the police. Homeowners can also lock doors and check Continue Reading ...

About Infrared Thermography

Posted on: December 22, 2015 by in Blog
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Infrared Thermography is the technique for producing an image of invisible (to our eyes) infrared light emitted by objects due to their thermal condition. More sophisticated infrared cameras, like we use, can actually measure temperatures of any object or surface in the image and product color images that make interpretation of thermal patterns easier. An image produced by an infrared camera is called a thermogram or a thermograph. Infrared Thermal Imaging is an advanced non-destructive Continue Reading ...