With Father’s Day this month, you might be thinking about buying some rechargeable power tools for the dad in your life whether that’s your husband or father. If your loved one enjoys tackling home projects, rechargeable tools are an excellent gift idea.

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With ongoing pandemic concerns and expanded remote working options, many of us are not only spending more time at home, but we’re also considering a home office upgrade, creating a music room or enhancing an outdoor space. No matter what project is on tap, it’s essential to start with basic improvements that ensure your energy needs are met safely and efficiently.

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As homeowners are looking for new ways to save energy at home, there are many cutting-edge technologies currently being developed to improve the efficiency of your home.

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The ground beneath us has incredible benefits. In fact, you can also harness the power of the earth to heat and cool your home renewably and efficiently.

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Since many smart home technologies are new and cutting-edge, the cost of owning these devices can sometimes be a major barrier. Luckily, there are several inexpensive options for smart home devices that won’t break the bank while still offering nearly all the same benefits.

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If your home improvement budget calls for upgrading just one kitchen appliance this year, which appliance replacement will help reduce your energy bills the most?

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If you’re looking for ways to save energy at home and lower your monthly bills, these simple steps can help you get organized and start an achievable path to saving energy.

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Beyond some of the more traditional energy efficiency measures, such as sealing air leaks or adding additional insulation, several popular electronics can help you use energy more efficiently. 

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With more people staying at home than ever before, many of us are spending more time in the kitchen. For any home chef interested in new, electric gadgets for the kitchen, there are several options available.

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The 2020-2021 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program has been established to help qualifying low-income Iowa homeowners and renters pay for a portion of their primary heating costs for the winter heating season. 

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