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Question DetailsAsked on 6/16/2011

Green remodeling

We’ve made A TON of green improvements to our 50-year-old home in the past two years (replaced old appliances; installed energy efficient light bulbs; new windows, roof, etc). We've seen an average reduction in our gas bill of $50-$100 per month and our electric bill has not gone up, even though the kilowatt rate has doubled. Do you have any more suggestions? We need to get some masonry work done but qualified masons seem to be in short supply. Oh, and we aren't made of money.

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The best resource for green remodeling ideas and strategies is the new REGREEN Guidelines. You can find green certified remodelers through the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, the Green Advantage program and the National Association of Home Builders.

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