26

Jul
2016
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For buyers

A Guide to Our Free Homebuyer Guides

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At Richmond American, we love helping new homebuyers attain the dream of homeownership. And with nearly 40 years in the industry, we’ve learned a thing or two about the process! Perhaps you’re just beginning your house hunt, or maybe you’ve already decided on a floor plan and community. Regardless of your stage in the homebuying …

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07

Jun
2016
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Homeowner resources

Conserving water around the house

What do water and your money have in common? Simple: they’re both valuable resources worth protecting. For any homeowner, conserving one to save the other amounts to a surefire win-win. Check out these water-saving tips to give a boost to the environment and maybe even your pocket book!   Indoor conservation: Install WaterSense® labeled products …

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16

Oct
2014
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Homeowner resources

How your energy bill could help you save

How often do you look at your energy bill? If your interest stops at AMOUNT DUE, you may be missing out on some ways to save energy and money. Energy bill basics Each utility company has its own way of invoicing you, but here are some fairly universal points you’ll find on most energy bills: …

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17

Dec
2013
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Homeowner resources

3 tips for keeping an energy-efficient house this winter

Falling temperatures don’t have to send your energy costs skyward. Use these simple energy conservation techniques to keep your home comfortable and penny-wise all winter long. 1. Cover (or replace) drafty windows. If you don’t have low-e, high-performance windows, you may have a not-so-slow leak in your heating budget—as much as 25% of your bill. …

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25

Sep
2012
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Homeowner resources

8 ways to winterize your home

When the summer air begins to cool down, it’s time to prepare your home for the colder months ahead. Winterizing can keep your home running efficiently and save on heating costs. Get started today with these helpful tips: 1. Service your furnace. Leaky ducts and vents are big energy drainers. Have your furnace serviced by a …

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