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Metro DC Hou…, Real Estate Pro in 20036
With winter storm after winter storm, there are plenty of home owners who wish they were better prepared.  Even when you live in warm climates, some of these things are important to check periodically.Preparing… Read more
Blogged Tue Feb 4, 2014 by Metro DC Houses Team Remodel & Renovate Going Green
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Metro DC Hou…, Real Estate Pro in 20036
If you’ve considered changing your light bulbs to energy-saving LED bulbs but decided not to make the investment because the prices were too high, you might want to investigate again.  The prices… Read more
Blogged Tue Feb 4, 2014 by Metro DC Houses Team Going Green Home Ownership
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Dina Paxenos, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
As you go about your annual spring cleaning rituals, take a few additional steps to save money on energy bills, improve your home’s appearance and ward off big-ticket repairs later. Here are… Read more
Blogged Fri May 10, 2013 by Dina Paxenos Remodel & Renovate Going Green Home Ownership
Ssparay, Home Owner in Oklahoma City, OK
How Does Santa Keep His House Warm At The North Pole?Most of us see the the North Pole as a winter wonderland, a fantasy world of snow-covered landscapes and sculptures of ice. Of course, it's easy for… Read more
Blogged Thu Dec 20, 2012 by Ssparay Celebrity Homes Going Green Home Ownership
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Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
Over the past several years we have seen the DC condo market ebb and rise but there is one aspect that has been steadily increasing and that is condo associations going solar! I happened to be speaking… Read more
Blogged Mon May 21, 2012 by Michael Kiefer Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
May 16: Greening Condos & Coops, Webinar Find out how your condo or coop building can go green and save money.This free webinar will take place from 7-8 pm EST. Click here to RSVP. Robert Thomason,… Read more
Blogged Thu May 3, 2012 by Michael Kiefer Home Buying Going Green Property Q&A
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Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
If you have happened to see any of the Landis Construction sites around DC recently it is no secret they have gone green and in a BIG way. From LEED Platinum homes to their own headquarters, Landis is… Read more
Blogged Thu May 3, 2012 by Michael Kiefer Home Buying Remodel & Renovate Going Green
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Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
Non-Profits Go Solar! If you work for a nonprofit, find out how you can get started with solar.  During the webinar, you will learn about DC SUN’s Solar Bulk Purchase program for DC nonprofits.… Read more
Blogged Tue Apr 10, 2012 by Michael Kiefer Going Green
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Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
Top Ten Reasons You Should Have a Home Energy Audit 1) It’s Free The District Department of Environment offers free home energy audits to homeowners with houses in the District that are less than… Read more
Blogged Thu Mar 1, 2012 by Michael Kiefer Home Buying Going Green
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Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
About a year ago I met up with Greg Upwall a DC based architect and through our conversation I learned of an innovative green building design he was working on for urban settings like much of DC.  This… Read more
Blogged Fri Jan 20, 2012 by Michael Kiefer Home Buying Going Green
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Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
Recently we reported on the Webster House which decided to go ahead with a solar thermal project for their condo building’s domestic hot water use with Skyline Innovations a DC based solar company… Read more
Blogged Mon Nov 28, 2011 by Michael Kiefer Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
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Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
Saving money and lowering your utility bills is something we can all agree on. After all having a bit more at the end of each month does add up. Recently I was made aware of a homeowner on Capitol Hill… Read more
Blogged Wed Sep 28, 2011 by Michael Kiefer Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
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Jason Trotman, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
In order to help first-time homebuyers learn every day cost effective ways to reduce their energy bills, I started to do some research. Here are some simple ways to reduce your carbon footprint and monthly… Read more
Blogged Mon Jul 18, 2011 by Jason Trotman Quality of Life Home Buying Going Green
Michael Kief…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia...
A recent addition to the DC condo market  is touting GREEN  all the way! Virtual Photo Tour 1724 Park RD is one of those properties, that well it just sticks out! If you recall it wasn’t… Read more
Blogged Tue May 24, 2011 by Michael Kiefer Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
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