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.
This is a repost of a blog posting on Home Energy Pros by Jamie Press, posted here with permission.
Whether you've decided to live "off the grid" or simply work eco-friendly energy into your current lifestyle, using solar energy is an ideal way to accomplish the goal. Using photovoltaic technology,…Continue
Posted by Gregory Homan on May 18, 2015 at 12:00pm
Do you enjoy doing things yourself when it comes to your home? Are you ready to have a more comfortable, more enjoyable living environment? Are you a master of DIY projects? Whether you face cold winters, super warm summers or somewhere in between, it’s important to regulate the temperature in your home. You don’t want to leave your comfort to chance! Read on for some tips for installing an HVAC air-supply line and cold air return in your home!…Continue
Posted by Dan McKee on May 7, 2015 at 3:53am
In March there was a summit held in Texas by Bloomberg called the Energy Thought Summit. Although there were amazing presentations made by many industry insiders there was one notable presentation that resonated with everyone who attended. This presenter was the President and CEO of Direct Energy, Badar Kahn. During his keynote presentation, Badar made a statement that today’s electricity bills are old-fashioned and…Continue
Posted by Carlee Quintas on April 22, 2015 at 8:35am
With winter well upon us, the team here a Stanley R Harris have put together some great info on making sure your vehicle gets through the cold, sleet and snow of the british weather.
Most of us have been caught at some point(usually when you're already late) with a cold engine or balding tyres on the iciest day of the year, so check out our guide and make sure your car is ready for the winter.
With tips on protecting paintwork, perserving your battery and maintaining…Continue
Posted by Nancy White on April 18, 2015 at 1:04am
Solar water heating systems usually cost more to purchase and install than conventional water heating systems. However, a solar water heater can usually save you money in the long run. This repost from EERE Energy Savers explains why.
Posted by Gregory Homan on April 15, 2015 at 11:00am