On Your Valuable Home this Sunday at 6:00 p.m., Lisa talks about her plan to update all of her 20-year-old windows. She plans to sell in about five hers, but installing new, quality windows makes sense, because they will hold their value. In our Horror Story, Kevin recounts a listener’s story of an improper attic fan installation…a total waste of money. In this week’s College, Rob from our sponsor, Tom Adams Windows and Carpets talks about tackling those must-do home improvement projects. For example, if you can only afford to replace a few windows now, go with the highest quality you can afford. If a window is foggy or letting in a lot of air, it should be replaced. But don’t get pressured into doing all of your windows until you can comfortably afford to do so. Rob’s best advice on siding: don’t go cheap on the product or the contractor, and learn what a great siding job is all about (EG the fewer the seams, the better the job.) In flooring, you can save money with a product like Cortec. It makes for a great look, and costs a lot less than ceramic tile. If you have a tight budget, and can’t afford new carpet for both the master bedroom and the living room, do the living room first.