Posts Tagged ‘energy savings’
Do you have a room that doesn’t get enough airflow to keep it comfortable? Perhaps you have a home without duct work or have a room addition where extending the duct work is not feasible? Adding duct work is a major project and very expensive so mini-splits could be the energy efficient solution to your problem.
Are Smart Thermostats a Smart Addition for you? There’s so much buzz about ‘smart’ home thermostat’s these days you might wonder whether it fits your lifestyle. The EPA Energy Star program estimates an annual energy savings of close to $200, which in some cases offers a return on investment within 18 months. Unlike programmable thermostats, smart […]
Mid-Summer Night’s Dreaming of Air Conditioning As July nears an end you might think you can sweat it out for the next 60 days and put off replacing that old central air conditioning unit. Besides the all-important comfort level of your home, you may consider replacement now if any of the following conditions exist: According […]
When you reduce energy consumption in your Denver home, you not only help the environment, but you’ll also see your efforts pay off in reduced utility bills, as well. There are many easy ways to reduce energy consumption and some cost little or nothing:
The cooler autumn season is a great time to check and seal any possible air leaks in your home that contribute to increased cooling and heating costs.
Whether you’re building a new home, remodeling an existing one or simply need to replace a water heater, it’s important to understand your water heater options, as well as the factors that will influence which model best suits your home’s water heating needs.
As temperatures fluctuate we alter our behavior – wearing lighter or heavier clothes, eating different foods and taking part in seasonal activities. We also behave differently when we are asleep. So if we acknowledge the need to make adjustments depending on these factors, wouldn’t it make sense to also take this approach to our A/C systems, […]
Develop a long-term home energy savings plan to focus on ways to reduce energy consumption in your home for the long haul. There are many ways you can make a difference.
Having an energy audit done on your north Colorado home is a good idea. After having the energy audit done, though, you may be feeling overwhelmed and wonder where to start. Both your budget and time will play a part in determining where you should begin to start conserving energy in your home.