With energy costs on the rise, you may be searching every nook and cranny in your home for potential savings. Since your Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning system (HVAC unit) accounts for up to half of your utility bill, it’s a great place to start. The following tips will help you make sure your system is doing its part to achieve a reduced electric bill.
Looking to lower your electric bill? Wondering if a new roof save energy and money? Yes, a new roof almost always saves energy and subsequently, lower your utility bill. Older attics and roofs are likely to be outdated in a variety of ways.
Windows have come a long way since the semi-translucent sheepskins on sod houses. Unfortunately, they still account for 10-25 percent of your heating bill. But you are not alone. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that, every year, $35 billion in waste energy squeezes through the windows in American homes. You can lower your energy bills with windows. Do it for you! Do it for America!!
Looking for a cleaner, green-er source of energy? Turn your eyes toward the sky, and you'll see the answer. Solar power is a sustainable energy source, and solar panels for your home are more affordable than ever before. With federal & local incentives, there's never been a better time to start lower your bills and saving money with home solar panels.
Your home's exterior siding isn't just for looks.... it's also there to protect your home against weather's harshest elements. New siding comes in a variety of styles, colors and can be made from a number of hardy materials. Siding is the most affordable in the summer, so get started today with an exterior home makeover.
Protect your home from the top down with a new roof. Learn all about the various components of roofing systems and how they protect your home from all mother nature's harshest elements.
Is your Air conditioning an eyesore in your backyard oasis? Check out these creative ways to hide that A/C unit, including one awesome idea that give you storage!