When it comes to powering your home, you can easily and quickly find yourself contributing to environmental damage just because of how your energy systems are designed and where they get their power from. There are ways to avoid this, however. You can switch to alternative sources of power that are renewable and far cleaner by comparison. There are many green energy alternatives for powering your home, including wind, solar, geothermal, propane, hybrid, and hydro power options.
Yay! Spring is finally here!—the flowers are blooming, a wonderful scent fills the air, the warm summer months are soon to arrive, and…uh oh…what happened here!? Ring a bell? Winter is not usually kind, especially to people’s homes and yards. That is why now is the best time to take care of the following repairs.
Flooding is a common risk for homeowners that can result in all kinds of costly damage, including warped boards, cracked foundations, and harmful mold growth. If you live in an area where you’re at risk for floods and standing water, then take a look at these things that you can use outside your home to … Continued
For some, a home is a place to relax, sleep and store their things as well as complete some work. When someone purchases a home, they are probably ready to get away from the noise that comes with living in an apartment building or in a downtown and urban area. You can help a homeowner … Continued
Enjoy this real estate market report for Chesterfield and Henrico Counties. Give The Wilson Group a call for answers to all your real estate questions. 📊 Chesterfield County Stats There were a total of 332 properties sold during February 2019 in Chesterfield County, down from 347 at this time last year. The average sold price … Continued
Don’t miss us at Castleburg Brewery and Taproom. Join the agents, clients, and friends of The Wilson Group on February 8th from 4-7pm – Come as you are when you can! There will be food, prizes, and lots of socialization! Thank you for all your support – whether that be as a client, friend, supporter, and … Continued