Normally, there is a direct correlation between the temperature dropping and the rise in utility bill costs. While this usually is the norm, it doesn't have to be! There are a few tips and tricks that can be used to make a home more energy-efficient during the winter months from monitoring the thermostat, to sealing the home air-tight, to letting the sun do the work! Without any more delays, here are the 5 tips for making your manufactured home energy efficient this winter season.
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Purchasing your first home is a big step to take, but it is also a very exciting one! There are so many different guides on first time home buying; but for the millennial generation, purchasing a home looks a bit different than it looked for other generations. Many think that millennials are not purchasing homes, but in fact, for the past few years, millennials have purchased more homes than baby boomers and Gen Xers. So, to join the ranks of other millennial homebuyers settling into their new homes, take a look at these few tips for any millennial looking to purchase a new home.
When purchasing manufactured homes, there are many questions that can come up. One of these questions is about the amount of insulation of the home. Insulation does a lot of work, so finding a home that has the right amount of insulation is key! There are different levels of insulation in different areas of the home, and the quality of insulation may differ, so Triad has put together this guide for our readers on levels of insulation, and what you should know.