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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.
Energy Star is a program headed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which helps businesses and homeowners save money and protect the climate with energy-efficient HVAC options. Energy-efficient products bearing the Energy Star logo have been proven to reduce energy consumption and pollution.
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.
Constant issues with a home’s air conditioner can cause headaches and put a real strain on homeowners’ wallets. When repairs become common, looking into a replacement A/C unit can be a worthwhile option, since the investment also comes with several benefits. Benefits of air conditioner replacement Higher efficiency: The efficiency of your system is based on […]
Tax credits for energy-efficient HVAC appliances were enacted by Congress in the late 1970s. Their focus was to help reduce Americans’ reliance on foreign oil and other polluting forms of energy generation and encourage the use of clean forms of energy.
Perhaps you’ve been putting it off for awhile, but the simple truth is it’s time to replace a piece of heating or cooling equipment for your Colorado home. Luckily, with Energy Star’s Most Efficient label, you’ll no longer have to spend weeks or months selecting your new unit.
Switch to products certified by the federal Energy Star program this winter to cut energy costs and improve the quality of your Colorado home. As part of a program headed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy, products labeled with the star are required to be highly energy efficient and meet certain […]
Without realizing it, you may have a colony of vampires in your home. They may not be out for blood, but these vampires are still taking something valuable from you: energy and money. Energy vampires in your home are appliances, electronics and other devices that continue using power even after they’ve been turned off.