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Larry Tollen, Real Estate Pro in Durham, NC
Larry Tollen answered:
What is the most energy-efficient way to heat your home?
In Seattle I'd suggest a heat pump or mini-split system. Look for the highest SEER rating you can afford. This is a rating for measuring efficiency. Make sure the property is well insul ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 3, 2014 Going Green in Seattle
Leanne Finlay, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Leanne Finlay answered:
I have a single family home in Seattle and I was planning to sell my house in about a year. I was wondering if it is a worthwhile investment to buy a
Ummmm ... Mr. Dan Chase. A "a cheap 30 year old washer that works is as good as a nice new $5,000 one."

a) I do not know anyone who would enjoy using a 30 year old washe ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 11, 2010 Going Green in Seattle
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