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portion of your income you can devote to a roof over your heads. There is often a disparity in income, and there will definitely be disparities in who consumes more food, electricity, toilet paper etc. You can create greater balance by making a list of the estimated monthly expenses and deciding what you
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Drywalling our bedroom can wait." — homeowner Michelle TemporaleThis was such a refreshing statement. It's OK to let your home go or put off time-consuming restoration projects when your free time with family is so precious.Full story: Raw Aesthetics Rule in a Toronto Family Home
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Host the perfect dinner party. Many Native Americans associate orange with kinship, and consumer research by the Pantone Institute says that red and orange stimulate the appetite. This would seem to make orange perfect for a sociable dining area. It looks particularly lovely toned down with neutrals
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Those who prefer fresh foods, which are consumed more quickly than packaged, will likely require less storage space and more prep stations and countertop surfaces. If this is you, consider incorporating
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provide the R-value of certain building materials at the point of sale (and sometimes in the advertisement).The intention of this law is to increase consumer awareness and prevent false claims about the potential of insulation components. However, the R-value itself can be tricky to understand.
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Cost: There are many factors that affect cost, but here’s a general breakdown from Markham: “If you’re an average consumer buying new replacement windows with a decent energy rating, and you’re installing them yourself, you can expect to pay $190 to $275 per window, depending on the size and efficiency
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MicrowavesThe humble microwave can be an energy saver, consuming between one-fifth and one-half as much energy as conventional stoves. Know too that concerns of microwave radiation have been mitigated by FDA regulation. However, microwave emissions do increase at the glass window, so I prefer models
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Size: How big can my LEED home be?Ideally, an ecologically responsible home is small and compact in form. Small houses consume less energy and require fewer resources to build. Fewer irregularities in the form mean fewer opportunities for thermal bridges, which are points in the building’s envelope or
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