A storm along the East Coast of North America is referred to as a Nor’easter. The storms can take place during any part of the year. However, they can be most violent between the months of September and April.
Here are some storm protection tips for North American people to stay safe.
Picture a world free of pollution and toxic waste. We dream of living in a world where energy is safe, clean and accessible to all.
Currently, we utilize the equivalent of 1.5 earths to provide us with the resources we require and soak up our waste. Future scenarios also call for better and improved sustainability trends to make sure we preserve our resources for future generations. But sustainable development essentially involves several stakeholders functioning at different scales; from federal governments to local corporations and small villages.
Nobody wants to live in a home that’s vulnerable to theft. That’s why home protection is necessary for every homeowner. Your home may be your biggest investment. Installing home security systems ensures that you protect your home from burglars as well as natural catastrophes such as storms.
There are hundreds of security systems in the market. Researching and choosing the best security accessories is a tricky job. Make sure you invest in high-end products which are manufactured by reputed brands. This way your security device will not malfunction and last for a long time.
This guide is to help you choose the best security systems for your home. You can opt for any one or all of the following security systems to keep your home safe.
Big houses come with big expenses. Utility bills, property taxes and not to mention your mortgage can soon make your dream of living in your dream house a living nightmare.
Perhaps that’s the reason why the tiny house movement is on the rise. Living in small houses or tiny houses built on wheels offers an easy way to lower the costs.
The idea of downsizing to a smaller house does not appeal to most homeowners. But, it’s a fact that moving into a compact and tiny house gives you the freedom of saving money to travel and plan for an early retirement.
The official start of fall comes with the Autumnal Equinox this year on Saturday the 22nd of September. With this, the world prepares for the winter. The wind chills and the natural world opens up with an array of colors only seen around this time.
As the evenings and nights become cooler, many families tend to try to spend more time on their patio trying to get the most time outdoors before it gets too cold. In this blog post, we’re going to offer some ideas on getting the most out of your patio for the glorious season – Fall.
If you haven’t guessed it as yet, energy efficiency is important to us as a company. It’s become a core value that we, not only want to underscore in the products that we manufacture and sell, but also a narrative that we’d like our customers, and the public, as a whole, to adopt.
Outfitting your home with Rollshutters and Habitat Screens can be a very big decision for any homeowner. However, how do you know which option is the best for your individual project? The answer lies in what your goals are when completed. Rollshutters and Habitat Screens often overlap with many of their core benefits and what they offer to your home but there are also many key differences that can help determine which is the best fit for your project. In this article, we’ll look first at some of the similarities and then offer insights into the differences to help you make your decision.
Everyone loves summertime, and the patio is a great place to hang out and enjoy the good weather and fresh air. Every year, homeowners often take a look at their patios and try to come up with ways that they can update the look of their patios. In this blog post, we look at some easy DIY projects to update the look and comfort of your patio this summer. Hope you enjoy reading it.
Founded in April 2017, the BC Energy Step Code was implemented to increase energy efficiency requirements in the BC Building Code. This initiative is optional but aspires to make buildings net-zero energy ready by 2032.
This Energy Step Code is completely voluntary and currently is only on the books for the province of British Columbia. Though this is voluntary, local governments across BC can choose to require or incentivize certain steps of the Step Code through legislation.
As we grow in technological sophistication, more and more technologies have come to the fore to make your home more energy efficient and minimize your carbon footprint. Besides decreasing your carbon footprint, making your home energy efficient just makes good financial sense – and it helps the environment. We’ve listed below some of the more popular technologies that can make your home more energy efficient.