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Use the Energy Efficient Rehab Advisor to make your remodeling project more energy efficient. You will improve your comfort and reduce your energy bills.

For more on energy efficiency, see the full list of PATH resources.

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry presents a Homeowner's Guide to remodeling with tips on how to choose a contractor, designing a project and other information.

This Old House serves as a reference for homeowners on general housing tips, remodeling, and energy related topics.

Bob Vila’s Homeowners’ Resources site offers a How To Library in addition to many other resources for home improvement project do-it-yourselfers.

Green Building Guidelines for Home Remodeling (pdf) is available through Global Green. This guide was developed for Alameda County, California and has information that can be applied in a variety of projects.

Michael Holigan Online offers consumer information on buying, constructing, remodeling, and improving homes.

OSHA- Lead in Construction Before renovating, be sure to check to see if your home has lead paint or other parts of you home.

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