Improving your home’s insulation is one of the fastest and most cost effective ways to cut down on your heating costs. You should have approximately 12” of insulation in your attic, anything less and you should get it topped up. For more tips on how to be energy efficient this winter check out the Energy […]
Fluctuating natural gas prices coupled with another cold, long winter on the horizon means homeowners should be thinking now about how to keep their energy bills down. However, a report card recently released by Direct Energy shows many homeowners aren’t as energy efficient as they should be.
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Welcome first day of fall! The changing of seasons is the perfect time to stop and think about how you can make simple changes to conserve energy, help the environment and save money.
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September is a great time to have a licensed professional check out your heating system to make sure it’s ready for the cold winter ahead.
Here’s one thing you might want to do if you’re going away for the long weekend.
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Air conditioner systems that are not maintained can lose up to 50% of their efficiency, wasting energy and money. Keep your air conditioner in peak condition because simple maintenance can lead to major savings. For more money saving tips check out these posts.