Simple Steps to making your Home more Energy Efficient

Posted by admin on February 14, 2017 in Energy Saving Tips |

According to national averages, 44% of your energy cost comes from heating and cooling your home. A few very simple things you can do to make sure you are not wasting money would be to make sure your windows close properly leaving no way for air to escape. Maintain your homes a/c unit make sure monthly it is running properly and functioning as it should. Check your insulation. These simple steps could make a huge difference in your home running in an efficient manner.

Read to How can I make a home energy efficiency improvement? on Quora

No need to be plugged in

If you are not using your electronics you should make sure everything is unplugged. Even when not in use your electronics usually have a standby mode which means they are still using power, thus costing you money. The easiest thing for you to do would be to use a power strip and plug your T.V, laptops and cell phone chargers, this way you can turn them all off at once. This is a great way to save some money and keep your home running more efficiently.
We hope you find these tips handy, helpful and easy. If each of us does our part, we can make a big difference in our air, our water and our bank accounts.


Energy Efficient Spray Foam For your home

Posted by admin on August 14, 2016 in Energy Saving Tips |

Times are hard and seem to only be getting harder. One of the newest products available right now is Spray Foam. Spray foam is highly energy efficient. Although a little costly out of pocket spray foam quickly pays for itself.

The company I have become fond of is Natural Polymers. The main reason I have chosen this company is because they are GREEN. They offer green materials, so while you are making your home more energy efficient you are also using recycled materials, which is very cool. Their product is Low Emitting (1-4 points) and recycled materials (1-2 points)

Getting your home blown with spray foam while under new construction is ideal because the foam covers every nook and cranny, leaving no room for air or bugs to make its way through and significantly lowering your energy bills. Spray foam is not just for new construction only. You can call a local Spray Foam Contractor  and have spray foam installed in attics, under pier and beam (which is really helpful with noise, weather, critters making nest and so forth) and even covering the roofs of trailers. Trailer homes are really benefited by spray foam as they tend to use a lot of energy escaping from the roof. There are very few things you can do to help out your trailers energy bills, spray foam is one of them.
When looking at the various ways you can make your home more energy efficient, do not over look spray foam, it is an inexpensive way to cut back on energy bills.…


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