Renewable Energy & Energy Efficient Technology
Air sealing your home is a low-cost way to save money on your energy bills and increase the efficiency of your home. No matter where you live or how old your home is, there are likely ways to improve the air sealing of your home.
Leasing solar panels can be a tempting option. But there are a lot of compelling reasons not to. In this article, we tackle 16 reasons, along with personal stories, about why it’s probably not a good idea.
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.
If you’re still considering whether or not to install solar panels, you may be wondering whether they’ll help you to sell your home faster if
Without a doubt, the growth of the solar industry is really picking up steam and there appears to be no turning back from here, given the lower cost and mass adoption rate. See how solar is growing across the U.S., and what states are growing the fastest.
I’m sure you’ve seen on TV or online that solar panels are the new green energy source for your home. You can use them to power your house, heat water, and even generate electricity! But do they actually work in winter and cold climates? The answer might surprise you.
Ever wonder what the differences are between a home built for net-zero energy versus conventional construction methods? We dive in here, and compare the old methods to what’s undoubtedly going to become the standard in the near future.
Hybrid hot water heaters are a great way to save energy and money on your heating bills. They work by using electricity or gas to