Preparing Your Home Heating System for Winter
As winter approaches with its guarantee of ice, snow, and frigid temperatures, homeowners should begin to take action early to prepare and protect homes for the season. Preventing any potential problems ahead of time, well before the chill of winter arrives will inevitably save headaches and money in the long run. MORE >>
In colder states, heating can account for up to two-thirds of your annual energy bills, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Heating and cooling account for 50 to 70% of the energy used in the average American home. Inadequate insulation and air leakage are leading causes of energy waste in most homes. MORE >>
Energy Efficiency Audits
Did you know that the sources of many household energy leaks are hidden and difficult to find? Most homeowners know about sealing windows and doors and insulating pipes and exterior walls, but many homes are still leaking energy from places that are invisible to the eye.
If you are interested in getting specific recommendations for improving the efficiency of your home, consider contacting a professional Home Energy Auditor. MORE >>
Energy Saving Do’s and Don’ts
People all over the world are taking measures to reduce the greenhouse gases emitted as a result of the way they live. Using less energy not only helps the planet, but also saves money on household bills. MORE >>