Reduce Your Carbon Footprint At Home

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint at Home

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint at Home

Are you trying to be more green and reduce your carbon footprint? For more Americans, heating and cooling your home accounts for nearly 50% of personal carbon emissions.

Adequate Insulation

Check your home’s insulation to make sure you’re not losing that warm air your home works so hard to provide you with.

Energy Star Systems

From windows to appliances, using Energy Star-rated systems can help your home work more efficiently.

Programmable Thermostats

Set your thermostat to lower the temperature of your home when you’re out or asleep.

Smarter Lights

Switch from old, incandescent light bulbs to new lighting emitting diodes (LED) options which last longer and use less energy.

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