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September is here, even if the weather may still feel warm enough to be August. Nevertheless, fall is on its way, and it’s time to prepare your home for the upcoming cool temperatures and other fall climate patterns.

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Home energy usage is a big concern when the cold weather starts coming in. The best way to improve your energy efficiency (and, therefore, your monthly energy bill) is to do an audit. Some people pay for audits, but it can be done yourself.

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In most homes, there is only a concrete wall separating you from those in another room, and sometimes, you may feel the need to wear earplugs inside your home. If this is the case in your home, your walls may have some structural issues that are allowing sound to easily be heard through the walls.

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It is back to school season once again. Everywhere you look, from stores to TV, you’ll find back to school advertisements geared towards parents and kids preparing for the school year.

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Since the start of the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® Green Building Rating SystemTM in 2000, the program has developed tremendously. At this time, the certification system has a portfolio of 9 rating system products that cater to specific markets.

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Adding a patio cover to your outdoor space is an excellent way to make your space more enjoyable. All that’s left to decide is the type of material you are going to use. The material you choose will affect how well your patio covers will hold up in San Antonio weather.

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According to the laws of physics, various glasses can affect heat conduction and photoconductivity. Tinted windows not only improve the physical appearance of a home and increase privacy, but they also increase the energy efficiency of the home due to science .

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Garden room, solarium, conservatory and sunroom all refer to a structure (usually glassed-in) that is either integrated or connected to a home, office or restaurant.

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According to the United States Department of Energy , cooling and heating account for over 50% of the energy used in typical homes. That means this summer, cooling your home may be your largest energy expense of the season.

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Springtime has done its job this year. Rain has come through. Now, the flowers are blooming, while birds sing across the land. But, it’s during the transition from spring to summer that homeowners need to prepare for, especially as those sweltering San Antonio nights start to appear.

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