Energy-Efficient upgrades increase your home’s value. And if you make them before 2012, there are plenty of financial rewards
Now is a great time to capitalize on improved products that can lower your energy bills, yield a faster return on your investment, trigger tax savings and even increase your home's resale value.
Mike Rogers sees it all too often: Homeowners want to reduce their high energy bills, so they immediately order new windows.
A green home is good, and housing pros are trying to make it easier to pinpoint how much that eco-mindedness pays off
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