When installed together, air sealing and insulation can save you money and make a big difference in comfort and energy use.
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On National Good Neighbor Day, which is Sept. 28, or any day this month, join in the cooperative spirit and help your neighbors, friends and family save at home with these do-it-yourself, energy-saving tips.
Heating and cooling account for about half the energy used in a typical home, so it’s a great place to use less energy. When used wisely, your thermostat can help reduce wasted energy.
Remodeling is a great opportunity to take care of energy-efficiency improvements by adding them to your scope of work.
Solar systems are sized, based on a home’s energy needs. The larger the system, the higher the cost. Before installing solar, make sure your home is as energy-efficient as possible. That means it will use less energy and allow you to install a smaller and less-expensive solar system.
Trim your monthly bill with these timely tips MAY 2022 by Miranda Boutelle, Contributing Columnist Q: What steps can I take this summer to keep my home cool while saving on my energy bills? A: A hot home and high energy bills can take away from summer fun. Here are 10...
There’s nothing wrong with buying an inefficient home, but you will want to know what you’re getting into and that you can afford the energy costs once you get the keys