Ambler, PA (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
If you're in the market for a new home, make sure you carefully examine the houses you visit to see which building products installed in the home can help save on your long-term energy bills. Choosing a home constructed with energy efficient and easy maintenance products can help keep the “green” in your home … and in your wallet.
“Look beyond the number of bedrooms and bathrooms when visiting homes for sale,” says Mark Clement, co-host of MyFixitUpLife home improvement talk show. “Homebuyers should walk in with a checklist that includes seeking out ENERGY STAR