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The Top Eight Green Home Improvement Solutions
  • Improve Your Windows. Double Pane and Triple Pane Replacement Windows are very energy efficient. Many homes with single pane replacement windows waste high levels of heat during the winter.

  • Make Heating Upgrades. Check for the Energy Star Logo when shopping around for new heating systems. If your furnace is  ove r 15 years old, it isn’t energy efficient. 

  • Energy Efficient Siding. Walls without good  insulation allow high amounts of heat to escape. Although wood siding can insulate it  comes nowhere close to the energy efficiency that Vinyl Siding can offer.
  • Improve Furnace Efficiency. Regardless of if  you have a top of the line furnace or an older one you can perform a few quick maintenance tasks to increase its efficiency. Keeping your Filters clean and wrapping the ducts in insulation are great ways to save on energy efficiency.

  •  Upgrade Your Roof. You don’t have to get a solar paneled roof in order to save. Studies show most shingles roofs are black, by switching to lighter colors you can lower cooling bills.

  • Upgrade Your Doors. Both front entry doors and garage doors are major culprits in heating loss. Well insulated door’s are affordable and a guaranteed way to contribute. Also putting weather stripping around your old doors is a slightly effective quick fix.

  • Install a programmable thermostat. By getting a programmable thermostat, you can have it automatically power off or go to the lowest setting when no one is home. Thermostat timers are a great way to save money.
  • Improve Your Water Heater. Water Heaters need to be replaced every 10-15 years. When it’s time for a new model make sure you select one with the energy star logo.  Also by adding a insulating jacket around the tank you can reduce heat loss from 35-40%.
Overall these green solutions not only benefit the environment, but also will save you money on your heating and cooling bills. Click below to request estimates for the following Green Projects:
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