Before you open up your wallet for a home energy auditor, try our do-it-yourself home energy audit tool on the web—The HOME ENERGY SAVER. Enter info about your house and get a customized list of energy savings recommendations. HES will help you ID measures that an auditor can explore for you in greater depth.
Planning projects you can do today:
Make an appointment with a home performance assessor.
Start a Homeowner’s Manual for your home.
Try out some no-budget changes that make better use of space and energy.
Planning projects that will take more…
Posted by Diane Chojnowski on April 15, 2014 at 5:00pm
Renters have a unique situation when it comes to energy savings. Without being able to make permanent changes to their dwellings it can be difficult to capitalize on energy-saving improvements. However, there are still plenty of opportunities for renters to go green without making any lasting changes to a property.…Continue
Posted by Paul Batistelli on April 8, 2014 at 10:30am
In recent years the go green initiative has been gaining ground into mainstream popularity. More and more people are making attempts at “going green” whether it is by carpooling to work or upgrading appliances at home to save on utility bills. While you think of all the energy vampires and electronics that you use every day in your home, you may not think of best practices to conserve water and energy in your backyard. Here are some options and tips for going green in your…Continue
Posted by Michael Juba on March 31, 2014 at 12:00pm