May 19, 2011 in Phoenix
According to the EPA, the average Phoenix homeowner spends over $2,000 a year on energy costs. Nearly half of that money goes toward heating and cooling. By upgrading your HVAC system to a modern, energy-efficient unit, you can save up to... read full post →
February 21, 2011 in Phoenix
When interior designer Jennifer Adams Meyers traded her San Diego rental home for a furnished place in a Scottsdale gold-course community, she did what she does best: remodeled. A compromise between she and her Arizona-loving husband,... read full post →
September 30, 2010 in Phoenix
If residents of Maricopa County, Arizona were still on the fence about home solar, a new rebate program might just seal the deal.
Put into place by the Maricopa City Council, the program allows owners of solar systems to receive a... read full post →
September 29, 2010 in Phoenix
The incentives for going green just keep on a-comin. This time, residents of Phoenix are reaping the benefits with reduced permit fees for those projects that keep their environmental impact to a minimum.
Permit fees, usually... read full post →
April 30, 2010 in Phoenix
When it comes to creating a beautiful outdoor landscape, the climate tends to call the shots. Luckily for Patricia and Wellington Reiter, landscape architect Christy Ten Eyck knew just how to tend to their drought-ridden plot of... read full post →