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The Pros And Cons Of Building A New Home

The Pros And Cons Of Building A New Home

Building a new home allows you to create spaces that fit your lifestyle and personality. However, some aspiring homeowners may be skeptical about it since the process can be stressful due to rigorous planning.

5 Ways Outdoor Lighting Benefits Your Home

5 Ways Outdoor Lighting Benefits Your Home

One of the most compelling benefits of outdoor lighting is that it can elevate your home’s exterior. You can have a beautiful, well-landscaped lawn, but those would only be enjoyed during the day without outdoor lights.

Timeless Barn, Maine / BRIBURN

Timeless Barn, Maine / BRIBURN

Project: Timeless Barn Architects: BRIBURN Design Team: Christopher Briley, Courtney Frost (Alumnus) Contractor: Emerald Builders Partners/Consultants: L + L Structural Engineering Location: Falmouth Foreside, Maine, United States Project Size: 1,420 sq. ft. Project Year: 2019 Photos: Francois Gagne A deep energy retrofit of an old barn in Falmouth honors its past while creating a contemporary

Windows vs. HVAC Efficiency FAQs Answered

Windows vs. HVAC Efficiency FAQs Answered

The U.S Department of Energy figures show that energy-inefficient windows cost homeowners approximately $35 billion annually. Fortunately, these costs can be reduced by installing energy-efficient windows.

Good Haus – Zero Net Energy Home by Atmosphere Design Build

Building A Cost-Effective Energy Efficient Home

An energy efficient home can save around 25% on your energy bills, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. The most energy efficient home you can have is a new build as they typically use 20% less energy than older properties.

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