Today my marketing gurus 🙂 took me to view samples of stock for my business cards.. We’re working with a local press company in Inman Park.. It was very exciting to see her work and know my brand is in the hands of professionals who are also residents committed to seeing our community have and be the best.
It’s a long process but I know in the end it will be worth the wait!
Are you ready?
Great opportunity for a builder and or investor to complete a subdivision in prime locations within Camp Creek! These subs are ready for your vision- plats in place, utilities and site map- take a look at the site plans below. Let’s discuss the possibilities!
**An Opportunity to be the first GREEN development!!
Home Maintenance Tip- Dishwashers
Most of the energy used by a dishwasher is for heating water. The Energy Guide label attached to new dishwashers estimates the annual power needed to run the appliance and heat the water based on natural gas and electricity costs.Dishwasher Tips
- Check the manual that came with your dishwasher for the manufacturer’s recommendations on water temperature; many have internal heating elements that allow you to set the water heater in your home to a lower temperature (120°F).
- Scrape, don’t rinse, large food pieces and bones from dishes. Soaking or prewashing is generally only recommended in cases of burned-on or dried-on food.
- Be sure your dishwasher is full, but not overloaded, when you run it.
- Avoid using the “rinse & hold” on your machine for just a few soiled dishes. It uses 3 to 7 gallons of hot water for each load.
- Let your dishes air dry; if you don’t have an automatic air-dry switch, turn the control knob to “off” after the final rinse and prop the door open slightly so the dishes will dry faster.
Long-Term Savings Tip
- When shopping for a new dishwasher, look for the ENERGY STAR label to find a dishwasher that uses less water and 41% less energy than required by federal standards.
Excerpted from U.S. Department of Energy.
Interesting read: Green Atlanta Real Estate
It is a desire of mine to restore my 1920’s bungalow in a more “Green” manner but who has the money? NSP is helping low-income families make this a reality in helping them purchase EarthCraft homes from the start!