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What would you re-do if you won the $25,000 Save Money, Save Energy Home Makeover Sweepstakes?

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In celebration of green energy saving techniques and in support of green living,
In celebration of green energy saving techniques and in support of green living, we're giving away a home makeover!

Would you makeover a kitchen or bathroom using low flow fixtures? What about more energy efficient replacement windows or lighting? Maybe even low maintenance fiber-cement siding or a Cool roof with a lifetime warranty?

Whichever option you choose, one thing is for sure, as home renovations go, $25,000 makes a big difference!

For the third consecutive year, USGBC is joining with Better Homes and Gardens, Family Circle, and other Meredith-owned magazines and websites to offer one lucky reader the opportunity to fulfill out their green living dreams with a very sweet cash prize.

Join the fun and learn more about the sweepstakes sponsors--GAF, James Hardie Building Products, Lutron Light and Shade Control and Marvin Windows and Doors. The $25,000 Save Money, Save Energy Home Makeover Sweepstakes runs through August 15, so click on over and enter today!

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Ashley Katz

Director of Corporate Communications & Marketing U.S. Green Building Council
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Senior Account Executive, Whitco Roofing, Inc.
Personally I would have chosen the cool roof. I wonder what improvements the lucky winner made.
Metal Roofing Installations and Sales Manager, New England Metal Roof
I would install an energy efficient standing seam metal roof, with an option to upgrade to a PV Solar Power system in the future. I would also consider the following upgrades: high energy efficiency gas furnace for heating the house. Home energy audit followed by Home Insulation upgrade and air sealing for better energy efficiency, energy efficient windows,

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