Posted June 15, 2016 by Josh Crank
Moving into your new home is an enormous undertaking, no matter how much help you have. Between signing all that paperwork, packing, unpacking, and setting in, learning about your new electric, gas, water,and cable providers may not be high on your list of priorities. You just want the services turned on so you can move on with your life.
Posted June 10, 2016 by Brooke Drake
Welcome to House Hunting with Direct Energy! In this series, we’ll walk you through the fundamentals of shopping for a house, while also sharing a few crucial insider tips that will increase your knowledge and decrease your stress. We want your home-buying experience a positive one!
Posted May 27, 2016 by John Rose
Congratulations on graduating from high school! As a new member of Class of 2020, you’ll probably spend your summer feeling nostalgic for the past four years while also getting ready to start college. Emotionally, this new era will be one of the most significant in your lifetime, so it can be hard to think of the practical stuff – specifically figuring out what you should bring and leave behind.
Posted May 17, 2016 by Kamellia Zeynali
Consider Moving to New York this Summer!
While the approach of summer means pool time and vacations for some people, for others it indicates moving season. Not only can the process of relocating to someplace new be a stressful ordeal, the initial decision to move is even more difficult.
Posted May 11, 2016 by Josh Crank
The Importance of an Unbiased Home Inspection
Is this the year you stop renting and buy your very first home, or have you outgrown your current home and are looking for an upgrade? If you’re in the market for some new digs, spring and summer are the busiest seasons for home sales, and home inspectors are working hard to keep up with the demand.
Posted January 12, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
While it’s exciting to move into a new home, moving itself is disruptive and inconvenient. Moving during the winter time compounds the feelings of disruption with cold temperatures while inclement and severe winter weather can freeze your whole move to a standstill. In fact, conditions in parts of the US are bad enough during January and February that if it weren’t for the lack of mammoths and other Pleistocene megafauna, you’d swear you were back in the Ice Age.