Saving with Landscaping

Your new landscape design might check all the boxes with its striking colors, compelling textures, and native plants, but does it save you money? Make your landscaping work for you and check out how these landscaping ideas can lower your energy bills, green up your...

Bathroom Energy Savers

While the bathroom is rarely the largest room in your home, it definitely is the busiest, and can be a place of high energy usage. These are just a few habits that can be implemented to help you reduce your energy consumption and utility bills. Install a Low Flow...

Spring into Action!

FollowFollowFollowFollow Let the beginning of spring cleaning commence! As Spring arrives, it’s time to go through and get rid of things we no longer need and take care of any necessary home repairs or renovations. This season is also an ideal time to focus on...

Home Office Tips

I like to wrap myself in a blanket when I work from home. You could say I now work undercover. Nowadays, many people work from home rather than commute to the office, which increases your home energy usage. Consider smart plugs and power strips to control power usage...

Fill Those Leaks!

Is Your Home Drafty? Find those leaks and seal them up! Air sealing is one of the easiest ways to improve the comfort of your home. You can find air leaks in your home yourself by: 1).Inspecting common areas, like utility cut-throughs, gaps around chimneys and...

Tax Credits for Tax Season

TAX SEASON IS HERE! Do you know about all of the tax credits you could be eligible for? A home energy audit provides personalized guidance for upgrading to clean technology, potentially allowing for a 30% tax credit up to $150. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) signed...