If you’re a homeowner, whom do you call when you find mold in a closet and on the ceiling of a bathroom? How about when paint starts peeling on your dining room wall? Whom do you call when there’s standing water in your crawl space? Whom do you think to contact when it’s getting harder and more expensive to keep the house…
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In considering the electricity usage we wanted to offset, I imagined our 3,200-square-foot home’s energy performance would be at least modestly good since it was built under California’s progressive Title 24 energy code. Additionally, our climate zone in Oakland is mild and I considered my family to be energy efficient. I was in for a…
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Temperatures are rising but your energy bills don't have to!
This month, Energy Department experts are answering your questions about saving energy during summer -- whether you want to know about more efficient ways to cool your home or the best air conditioner for your needs.…
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In an age where going green is crucial, not just for promoting good environmental practices, but also because of the social stigma that comes with not adhering to the newest environmental safety issues. There are many different ways to help change the way that you utilize energy in your home, such as changing out your light bulbs, conserving water use, or recycling.
But there may be a room in your home that you have not taken into consideration when it comes to making your home more…Continue
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