The new year isn’t too far away; have you started thinking about your resolutions yet? We all want to be the best versions of ourselves, however, change, while it holds a luster, isn’t easy to see through to the end. Many attempt their resolutions, but quickly feel discouraged. Whether you’re wanting to cut back on caffeine, read more books, exercise regularly, or learn to play an instrument, it’s important to remember that change requires discipline, which takes time to develop, not to mention change itself happens over time. So be patient with yourself.
This New Year’s, consider adding “be more energy efficient” to your list of resolutions. No matter your budget, we guarantee there is an energy efficient solution for you! The best part is, the equipment does most of the work for you. No need to feel discouraged. Simply making small changes, like taking quicker showers, turning the lights off when you’re not in the room, or switching to reusable grocery bags can go a long way.
Is your home is equipped with outdated appliances that lack efficiency? You may want to think about having them replaced! Should you decide to upgrade your appliances, such as your dishwasher, clothes washer and/or dryer, water heater, etc., it’s important to pay attention to two price tags. The first price tag states the cost of the appliance, and the second price tag is the cost of operation. The latter price tag is just as important as the first, so don’t overlook it! When you switch to an Energy Star appliance, you’re guaranteed savings and a lower cost on the second price tag.
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Here is California, it’s no secret we’re experiencing a state-wide drought. While companies and governmental institutions are helping to assist during this season of uncertainty, it’s important that we all do our part. Water is an essential part of life; there’s no way we can get through life without it. Here are some ways you can cut back on water usage:
During an energy audit, a certified professional will use advanced technology and software to inspect the ins and outs, as well as the nooks and crannies, of your home to pinpoint where your home lacks efficiency. By scheduling a home energy audit and making the necessary changes and/or improvements, you could save anywhere from five to 30 percent on your energy bill. The cost of an energy audit varies city to city, however, there are cases in which local governments or utilities will subsidize them. Click the image below to find out more information on home energy audits.
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