Posts Tagged “home improvement”


How to Shop for Home Improvement Projects - Radiant Energy Barrier | Bounce Energy Blog

What is a Radiant Energy Barrier? – How to Shop for Home Improvement Projects

While most homeowners love their homes, not every home is perfect. There are either one or two things every homeowner would like to change, such as an outdated bathtub for a new walk-in shower or upgrading the look of their kitchen. And then there’s occasional “uh-oh” [...]

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How Do I Keep My Stove Top Clean with Green Cleaning Methods? | Bounce Energy Blog

How Do I Keep My Stove Top Clean with Green Cleaning Methods?

Welcome to Green Cleaning Solutions from Bounce Energy! In this series, we will share our best practices, favorite tips, and homegrown cleaning recipes – all designed to keep your home clean using environmentally friendly products and methods. We’ll help you skip the gad [...]

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How Do I Keep My Windows Clean with Green Cleaning Methods? | Bounce Energy Blog

How Do I Keep My Windows Clean with Green Cleaning Methods?

Welcome to Green Cleaning Solutions from Bounce Energy! In this series, we will share our best practices, favorite tips, and homegrown cleaning recipes - all designed to keep your home clean using environmentally friendly products and methods. We'll help you skip the gadgets [...]

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How Do I Make My Floors Shine with Green Cleaning Products? | Bounce Energy Blog

How Do I Keep My Floors Clean with Green Cleaning Methods?

Welcome to Green Cleaning Solutions from Bounce Energy! In this series, we will share our best practices, favorite tips, and homegrown cleaning recipes - all designed to keep your home clean using environmentally friendly products and methods. We'll help you skip the gadgets [...]

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3 New Year’s Resolutions to Improve the Energy Efficiency of Your Home

Too often, homeowners wanting to take on a major DIY energy efficient project, like air sealing, insulation, or crawlspace encapsulation, get overwhelmed by the complexity of the whole project and give up before even trying. It’s a lot like when the alarm goes off early in [...]

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How Can I Harvest Rainwater to Use in My Home? | Bounce Energy Blog

How Can I Harvest Rainwater to Use in My Home?

On average, you will flush the toilet nearly 140,000 times in your lifetime. With a typical toilet using 2 gallons per flush, you will end up employing 280,000 gallons of water to flush away your bodily waste. In most cases, that’s water that has been filtered, cleaned, a [...]

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What Should I Do After a Heavy Storm? A Home Maintenance Checklist | Bounce Energy Blog

What Should I Do After a Heavy Storm? A Home Maintenance Checklist

Storms of all sorts can attack your home with winds racing from up to 70 miles an hour driving solid sheets of rain - and that's before you consider a hurricane or tornado. And some straight-line wind storms produce wind bursts at 100 mph. [caption id="attachment_21190" [...]

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What Energy Efficiency Projects Offer a Quick Return on My Investment? | Bounce Energy Blog

What Energy Efficiency Projects Offer a Quick Return on My Investment?

Understanding Where and How to Invest Your Money into Helpful Home Improvements You might be surprised to learn that most basic energy efficiency projects start paying you back at the time of installation. Generally speaking, you will notice improved comfort either rig [...]

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How Do I Clean My Pool After a Rain Storm?

How Do I Clean My Pool After a Rainstorm?

Splashing in the pool is a fun family activity, especially with this hot summer weather. But when sunny skies turn stormy, many pool owners know they could be in for a little extra pool maintenance once the rainy weather clears out. While rain water isn’t harmful to y [...]

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Why Should I Get an HVAC Tune-Up? Summer Prep Series Part 3

May has arrived in Texas, so it’s time for music, weddings, Cinco de Mayo, and the first waves of summertime heat and humidity. In a state where the daily summer temperature hovers between “well-done” and “nuclear,” you know how hard it is to cool your home while [...]

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