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Installing a Central Air System: How Much Does It Cost and Is It Worth It?
A central air conditioning system will make your home more comfortable and add value to the property
Check if You Qualify for Home Energy Improvement Credits Worth $1,000s: Kiplinger Tax Letter
Kiplinger Tax Letter Do you qualify for home energy improvement credits worth $1,000s? Kiplinger Tax Letter
By Joy Taylor • Published
Save Big By Going Green At Home
New legislation is packed with tax breaks for homeowners who upgrade to energy-efficient systems and appliances. Bonus: You’ll slash your utility bills.
By Daniel Bortz • Last updated
The Lawn Trend That'll Save You Money and Help the Environment
"No Mow May" is a new trend to slow lawn care for a month for the environment - and it'll save you costs.
By Ellen Kennedy • Published
Bed Bath & Beyond is Closing: What to Know About Deals and Coupons
Bed Bath & Beyond filed for bankruptcy and stores are closing. Here's what to know about shopping for deals and using coupons.
By Collette Reitz • Published
Save More with Tax Credits for Energy-Efficient Home Improvements
Tax Breaks Tax credits for energy-efficient home improvements are extended and expanded because of the Inflation Reduction Act.
By Rocky Mengle • Last updated
How to Declutter Your Home If You're Moving or Downsizing — 8 Tips to Avoid Overwhelm
Planning to declutter your home — whether you're moving or downsizing — can be overwhelming. Here's how to do it.
By Dawn Wotapka • Published
8 Ways to Lower Your Heating Costs
Energy Lower your heating costs and keep those utility bills under control.
By Cameron Huddleston • Last updated
Smart Meters vs Regular Meters: Which is Best for You?
Some people like seeing how much energy they use, but not everyone likes smart meters.
By Ben Demers • Published
Home Remodeling: Get It All In Writing
When you hire someone to remodel your house, you need to have your eyes open and anticipate any problems before they happen.
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis • Published