After a long, looooooong winter – one that felt like it would end sometime in 2020 – summer is finally within sight. And thank goodness for that.
But before you dive into the pool, crank up the air conditioner, or start that victory garden, you’ll want to make sure that your water, air, and soil are clean and safe. Let’s face it; the frigid temperatures, wild winter weather, and common wear and tear that are typically noticeable this time of year are all indicators of potential contamination.
Ready For an Environmentally-Friendly Home? Check Out These Popular Design Elements
by Dylan Snyder REALTOR®
The Snyder Group at Keller Williams Realty
Homeowners and homebuyers are increasingly interested in design elements that may serve to help the environment and reduce energy costs. From site location to reduction in energy consumption, small and large changes can make for more comfortable living and take into account the values of occupants. Environmentally friendly design can begin prior to construction or be retrofitted into existing homes by licensed professionals.