NH Homes & Home Improvement – January 2011

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Saving energy might not be as diffcult as you think

While saving energy and lowering your bills during the winter takes some personal sacrifice, it might not be as hard as you think. With a combination of changing your habits and a few simple fixes, it’s possible to realize significant savings on your utility bills.

Warm up your kitchen with cozy colors

Whether you’re an aspiring top chef, a novice cookie maker or anything in between, the kitchen can serve as the central meeting place for family and friends. Using warm wood colors and accents, while opting for the newest styles, instantly creates a more inviting look for your kitchen. Here are some ways to warm up your kitchen with color.

Gardening season doesn’t have to end when the ground freezes

Falling leaves and frost often bring bittersweet feelings for gardeners. On one hand, you reflect warmly on all that was accomplished during the season – be it a bumper tomato harvest or vivid memories of the color displays during each part of the growing season. On the other hand, you can’t wait to get the spade in the ground in the spring and it’s driving you crazy.

Save money by conserving water

Water may not be the renewable resource you think it is. In fact, 36 states anticipate shortages by 2013, according to U.S. government estimates. But the good news is you can reduce the amount of water you use in the home, which in the end will save you money on your water bill.

Selling your home? Add value during winter months

If you’re planning to sell your home in 2011, take advantage of the winter months to prepare your home for a spring sale by focusing on a few key projects.

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