Hybrid water heaters cost more, but they have a great return on investment and longer lifespan than standard water heaters, plus many rebates and tax credits.
With the cost of water and sewerage rising, many homeowners are looking for ways to reduce their water usage. One way to do this is to install a greywater system. So how much does a typical greywater system cost, and what components do you need to buy?
You might never think about home water conservation until facing a higher water bill than usual. In this case, you may be confused, not knowing where to start the water conservation process. A greywater system is one way to kick-start your water conservation journey.
When it comes to taking a more eco-conscious approach to your home, even your ceiling fans may require some reevaluation. If you’re interested in upgrading a few old fans to Energy Star ceiling fans, you may wonder how much money you will save with this upgrade.
High water bills can seem mysterious. But there are some likely culprits and some easy ways to fix many of them. We’ll show you how.
Discovering that your home is uninsulated or insufficiently insulated creates a conundrum. Do you continue living as you have or should you put forth the money needed to get your home properly insulated? How much does insulation even save you in both money and energy?
According to home-buying and selling resource HomeLight, approximately 27 million homes in the United States have crawl spaces. If your home is among them, then you might wonder whether it’s worth insulating the crawl space. Is this something you should do?
When it comes to water heating, there are a few different options available to you. For example, you can choose between a gas water heater, an electric water heater, or a hybrid water heater.
There’s no getting around it: home insulation can be expensive. While it’s always an excellent investment, it does go bad over time and needs replacement, especially in scorching or freezing…
Do you have a drafty or uncomfortable house? Or maybe your electric bills just seem higher than they should be. Or maybe the different floors of your home have a significant temperature difference? Homes that are not air sealed might be all of the above, and cause other issues to boot.
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