Technology Snapshot & Benefits: Radiant floor heating can be extremely cost-effective and comfortable. There are three types of radiant floor heat: radiant air floors, electric radiant floors, and hot water radiant floors. Hot water radiant floors, or hydronic systems, are the most cost-effective systems for homes or buildings in heating-dominated climates. Hydronic systems heat water […]
Stephanie O’Rourk, CohnReznick, CPA, partner Atlanta has put itself on the map as a serious food town. This is not only giving a boost to the restaurant industry but, developers and real estate brokers are reaping the benefits as well. The talk of the town when it comes to real estate usually is with condos or offices. […]
We love: West Elm Green! “Green means different things to different people. What does it mean to west elm? west elm green products are either responsibly produced, certified organic, recycled, rapidly renewable or non–toxic. We won’t make a claim unless we can back it up. For many of our textiles we use 100% organic cotton […]
Our beloved agent Mr. Arthur Evans is celebrating 55 years of marriage this week!
Technology Snapshot & Benefits: Easy economic savings accrue from designing and building features that effectively trap heat from the sun during the day and release that heat slowly throughout the nighttime. The effect is similar to living near a large body of water where the thermal mass of the water lessens temperature extremes. That means reduced […]
Take a look at this Nashville Mid Century Modern home’s decor on Apartment Therapy! Source: Apartmenttherapy.com
Hear Haylene Green the Garden Queen speak about growing healing herbs & teas. Recognized by First Lady Michelle Obama as an urban gardening trailblazer and National Women of Agriculture’s 2014 Virtuous Woman of the Year, the Garden Queen lives and breathes sustainability by bringing all Green Garden Queen’s products from a seed to the table. Join us! […]
By: Courtney Craig Published: February 18, 2015 Moving into your first home is exciting! But it also means you’ve got work to do. When I bought my first house, my timing couldn’t have been better: The house closing was two weeks before the lease was up on my apartment. That meant I could take my […]