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Summer Winterize your Home

It may be hard to visualize in the sweltering heat of a St. Louis summer. But the humid days of June through August are the best time to winterize your home. 

Energy Saving Tips for Summer in St. Louis

We all look forward to the summer months for relaxing by the pool and the enjoying the warm night time air, but the summer months in St. Louis can be brutal on your energy bill. We compiled a list of the top 10 tips to save energy and money this summer.

Home Resolutions for the New Year

With the New Year just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start thinking about your resolutions for 2013. Sure – many will vow to hit the gym, stop smoking or spend less – but what about your home? Will 2013 be the year to finally build the home of your dreams? Or perhaps tackle the renovations you’ve been talking year-after-year? At DH Custom Homes, we want to help you stick to your home resolutions!

Looking for some inspiration? Here are some ideas to start 2013 off on the right foot!

Media Air Filters

Seasonal allergy season has been long and unforgiving in St. Louis this year. With temperatures hot and forecasted to get even hotter, it’s important to have one’s HVAC system working at its best. A home air filter system is a great option to consider to tackle allergens in the air and to improve your HVAC system’s efficiency. Learn more about media air filters and how they can improve air quality in your home!

Rain Gardens: A Beneficial and Beautiful Solution

Water is one of the world's most plentiful resources, but pollutants threaten our water supply. Rain gardens are one way to curb storm water runoff, a threat to good water quality.

Energy-Saving Construction

With all of the attention paid to green building and energy efficiency, it's important for consumers to recognize that the most important determinant of energy savings is sound construction practices.

Feelin’ Hot, Hot, Hot

With the installation of a programmable thermostat, high temperatures don’t have to mean high costs to keep your home cool and comfortable; they keep you comfortable while saving energy.

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