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Learning more about your home leads to conserving more energy and water which leads to not only saving money on your part but also saving the earth. Going green is not just a fad, but it’s a legitimate movement that gains force daily.

It’s never too late to make your home more energy efficient; there very simple steps you can take to make this happen! After reading the following tips simply give us a call and it will be our pleasure to answer any questions and/or schedule an appointment. Here goes…

  • Update your toilet. Toilets made before 1993 usually use at least 3.5 gallons per flush, but new high-efficiency models use less than 1.3 gallons. Installing a new toilet could save your household more than $90 on your water bill annually and possibly $2,000 over the lifetime of the toilet.
  • Save hundreds of gallons of water each week. By installing low-flow showerheads and aerator faucets you can do just that.
  • Wash only full loads of laundry. Always use the appropriate load size selection on the washing machine to save water.