Home Energy Efficiency Ideas

Concealed ductless a/c by ways2design. Your Guide to Ductless Air Conditioning
Put all your ducts in a row… to be thrown in the dumpster! Thanks to ductless air conditioners, also called mini-splits, you can enjoy comfortable temperatures year round without needing a complicated, bulky duct system in your attic. These systems are whisper-quiet and very efficient, making them an attractive option to homeowners — especially those who are not fans of Continue Reading
Windows the need to be replaced. By Jenn Durfey. Creative Commons Attribution 2.0. Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Windows
You can barely see out of them Even if you don’t live next to the beach or down the road from a majestic mountain, you still want to be able to see outside. Condensation, fading, and discoloration call all affect your view in a seriously bad way. Beautiful windows improve the look and value of your home. It’s a big Continue Reading
programmable thermostat 8 Tips for Lowering Energy Bills in the Summer
There’s a famous quote by Russian author Anton Chekhov that goes, “People don’t notice whether it’s winter or summer when they’re happy.” We’re thinking that maybe the second part of Mr. Chekhov’s quote was lost, because it was most likely, “Well, until they get their outrageously high electric bill in the summer and it ruins their mood. Catch you dudes Continue Reading
central air 10 Ways to Cool Your Home Efficiently
When the temperature rises, so does your electric bill. Check out these 10 ways to cool your home efficiently. Keep your A/C in good shape That big ol’ electric bill? Thank your air conditioner—it typically makes up the biggest chunk of the charges. One of the simplest things you can do is make sure your A/C is properly maintained so Continue Reading




Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Whether you’re planning a complete home renovation or you’re just looking for simple ways to cut down on your energy bill costs, investing in energy-efficient elements for your home can pay off more than you’d think. From replacing single-pane windows to adding insulation, to even just installing a smart thermostat, there are lots of ways to go green that will reduce your carbon footprint and increase energy efficiency and the value of your home.

A common misconception among homeowners is that in order to have an energy-efficient home, style must be sacrificed. This isn’t true at all, since the surge in demand for all things green has increased so much, it’s getting easier and easier to find efficient systems and products that will seamlessly integrate into your home and complement surroundings.

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