Home Sellers

Go Green

Answer these 20 questions to see how your home rates.
1.Does your dishwasher have an energy saving cycle?
2.Is most of your carpeting light-colored?
3.Does your thermostat have a "fan only" option?
4.Is your furnace high efficiency?
5.If you have a pool, does it have a cover?
6.Are all of your faucets drip free?
7.Do you have deciduous trees providing sun in the winter and shade in the summer?
8.Does your kitchen have a built-in recycling center?
9.Do some of your light fixtures have dimmers?
10.Would you describe your house as tall as opposed to wide?
11.Are most of your walls and ceilings painted with a light color?
12.Are most of your shower heads low flow, water saving types?
13.Are your windows double glazed?
14.Does your dryer vent to the exterior?
15.Is your thermostat programmable?
16.Do you have a whole house or ceiling fan?
17.Is your attic well insulated?
18.Is your furnace filter clean?
19.Do you believe your home is free of mold?
20.Does your house mostly face south?

Is your home Green Certified?

As both energy costs and environmental awareness rise, energy-efficient "green" homes are becoming more desirable.  MoveInCertified.com's Green Certification program can help you enter into this market with an edge. 
To determine if your home qualifies for Green Certification before having it inspected, follow these simple instructions:

For Home Sellers

Are you selling your home?
Here are some advantages of having your home-for-sale inspected before you list it: