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Serena Dodd, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Come by and see me, Saturday December, 28th or Sunday December, 29th from 1-4pm Bring in the New Year in this beautiful estate! Listing Price $1,125,000! Award Winning Builder, Elite Custom… Read more
Blogged Mon Dec 9, 2013 by Serena Dodd General Area Home Buying Going Green
Serena Dodd, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
We Americans take our hot water for granted—we love our soaker tubs, and many of us just can’t start the day without a vigorous shower. But it’s not free. According to the U.S. Department… Read more
Blogged Mon Dec 2, 2013 by Serena Dodd General Area Quality of Life Going Green
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Serena Dodd, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Surprise: Your utility may offer big-time energy rebates to offset the cost of energy-efficient retrofits.   When it comes to managing your household energy costs, you’d think your electric and… Read more
Blogged Thu Nov 28, 2013 by Serena Dodd General Area Going Green Home Ownership
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Serena Dodd, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Americans use more than 7 billion gallons of water a day for landscape irrigation and tending gardens, according the Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense program. As much as half of… Read more
Blogged Tue Nov 19, 2013 by Serena Dodd General Area Going Green Property Q&A
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Serena Dodd, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Here come the solar access laws that affirm your right to install solar devices and use them unobstructed. About two-thirds of U.S. states maintain solar access regulations and solar setbacks. If… Read more
Blogged Tue Nov 19, 2013 by Serena Dodd General Area Quality of Life Going Green
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Serena Dodd, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
To get rid of wood-destroying insects (WDIs) and other pests, consider an approach — “integrated pest management” — that combines common sense with prevention techniques, conventional… Read more
Blogged Tue Nov 19, 2013 by Serena Dodd Going Green Property Q&A
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Kathy Curtis, Real Estate Pro in Webster, TX
Wouldn't You Love to Start Your Green Initiative - and lower your electric bills and water bills!?by Kathy Curtis,  Shared by AptExpert.com    Apartment Residents - to conserve energy and lower… Read more
Blogged Mon Nov 18, 2013 by Kathy Curtis Going Green For Rent Rentals
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
Those of you who garden may be familiar with rain barrels. They’re especially popular in urban landscapes and areas which experience long, dry seasons punctuated by heavy rainfall. According… Read more
Blogged Tue Jun 11, 2013 by Lynn Caison Johnson Going Green
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Chris 832-60…, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Saving money this SummerFAST AND FREE- Part 1 Tip #1   Be a speedy chef. Nothing is more energy efficient for cooking than your microwave. It uses two-thirds less energy than your stove. Push a… Read more
Blogged Thu Apr 25, 2013 by Chris 832-607-8073 Going Green Home Ownership
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Nasyim Segal, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Over the last several years I’ve had the pleasure to meet and work with many interior designers who continually say that their clients want a timeless look without losing the families personality… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 27, 2013 by Nasyim Segal Remodel & Renovate Going Green Design & Decor
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Michelle Can…, Real Estate Pro in The Woodlands, TX
5 Chemicals to Avoid in FoodFood manufacturers aren’t going to advertise the fact that controversial chemicals are actually in their food. If you want to be informed and eat better, here are five… Read more
Blogged Mon Feb 27, 2012 by Michelle Cannon Quality of Life Going Green
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Michelle Can…, Real Estate Pro in The Woodlands, TX
Attention Homeowners: Your New To-Do ListToday’s homes are filled with components that weren’t so common years ago. They make your home more efficient and less work. You can’t ignore… Read more
Blogged Mon Feb 6, 2012 by Michelle Cannon Remodel & Renovate Going Green Design & Decor
Michelle Can…, Real Estate Pro in The Woodlands, TX
Healthy Home, Room by Room Turn harmful habits into a healthy home with these tips and advice.BedroomConsider this: You spend a third of your life in bed. If you wake up with a runny nose or itchy throat,… Read more
Blogged Fri Jan 27, 2012 by Michelle Cannon Going Green
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Lynn Caison…, Real Estate Pro in Rockport, TX
“Refrigerators cool faster and work more efficiently when the condenser coils can breathe,” explains Doug Rogers, president of the Mr. Appliance repair chain. Dirty and congested coils lead… Read more
Blogged Thu Jan 12, 2012 by Lynn Caison Johnson Quality of Life Going Green
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Dewayne Thom…, Home Owner in Texas
The de-regulation of energy markets is happening at an alarming rate throughout the United States.  What this means to you and I is energy monopolies are being broken up, customers have a right to choose,… Read more
Blogged Thu Oct 13, 2011 by Dewayne Thomas Going Green In My Neighborhood How To...
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Lawanda Lend…, Real Estate Pro in Pearland, TX
A few drops of Johnson's Baby Oil prevent soap scum and mineral buildup on glass doors. Did you know that? Simply wipe the surfaces with 1 teaspoon baby oil that has been applied to a moist cloth. After… Read more
Blogged Mon May 16, 2011 by Lawanda Lendsey Curb Appeal Going Green Property Q&A
Jacob David, Real Estate Pro in Sugar Land, TX
This article is for our valued Consumers / Clients / Home Buyers. Once you buy a home, follow these tips to live well and learn to save money.  Even Billionaire Warren Buffet lives in a modest $35,000… Read more
Blogged Sat Jan 29, 2011 by Jacob David Quality of Life Going Green
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Partners in…, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
If you are looking for an energy-efficient, eco-friendly new home in a beautiful, wooded community with walking and bike trails, convenient to The Woodlands and IAH, I urge you to check out Discovery… Read more
Blogged Sat Jan 22, 2011 by Partners in Realty Quality of Life Home Buying Going Green
Tom Plant, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
A Christmas tree recycling program is good for the environment as well as your peace of mind. Chipping is the most common way to recycle trees. Seek a community organization that will mulch the tree… Read more
Blogged Thu Dec 23, 2010 by Tom Plant Going Green
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Tom Plant, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Tom Plant's Houston Real Estate BlogBy: G. M. Filisko How do real Christmas trees and fake Christmas trees stack up when it comes to the environment and cost? We’ve got the dirt. Chopping down… Read more
Blogged Wed Dec 22, 2010 by Tom Plant Going Green Design & Decor
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