Living in a more energy-efficient home comes with a number of benefits: you become more
environmentally friendly, you save money on energy bills and you notice improved comfort in your home.
If you live in Colorado, you know how you depend on your air conditioner in summer heat that can rise to 90 plus degrees Fahrenheit. Sometimes, it feels so hot that you don’t want to leave the coolness of your home. That’s why it’s so important to keep your air conditioner or central air in tip-top shape, as well as making sure it’s energy efficient. Running an air conditioner consumes a lot of energy and non-efficient units waste energy.
Every time you flip your light switch in your home, you’re contributing to your energy consumption and ultimately your energy bill. Maybe you think that there really isn’t anything that you can do other than sit in the darkness or let all of your employees leave work right before the sun goes down. The truth is that there are some other ways that you can reduce the amount of energy that you use when you flip that light switch.
Energy costs money, especially when heating and cooling your home. Do you know that you could be losing money due to unnecessarily high energy bills? There are many factors surrounding how you spend money on energy for your home. If a home is not properly air sealed, unwanted air leaking occurs which causes damage to your wallet, your home, and your family. Air leaks allow heat and cool air to leak in and out of areas of your home.
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