This weekend marks the start of U.S. Daylight Saving Time for 2016. Chances are, you’ll spend a few minutes Sunday fumbling through the time-setting steps for the digital clocks in your home and car.
Thanksgiving was proclaimed a national holiday in the U.S. in 1863, by none other than President Abraham Lincoln. Americans have since gathered with their families, on the last Thursday in November, to break bread and express thanks.
Most of us have at least one or two bad habits we’d like to break. Hey, we’re all human.
Unraveling the myths and misconceptions about solar lease and PPA transfers
Another summer is drawing to a close. Labor Day is upon us. Kids are heading back to school. The daylight hours are getting noticeably fewer. The sights and sounds of fall sports have started to fill the air.
The top four states with the highest number of homebuyers include Florida, California, Texas and Arizona. It’s no coincidence that these states also happen to have more than 200 days of sun every year.
The sun’s out and the temperature’s up. With that comes the quest to stay cool … and with that comes some questionable products and habits.So this summer, whether you find yourself on the court, course, park or pool, don’t pull one of these staying-cool faux pas.
Chances are, your home’s air conditioner is getting a workout this time of year—and driving your home’s energy use.
If there’s anything homeowners across the country agree on, it’s the importance of energy efficiency and consequent savings.
Dwell on Design, the largest design expo in the country, recently concluded its 2015 stint in Los Angeles by drawing record-breaking attendance. The three-day event featured over 400 exhibitors and 250 speakers, all casting light on current and future trends in architecture, interior design and landscaping.