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November 19, 2014
November 3, 2014
As the days get colder and the Colorado winter approaches, every home and business owner wants to know how to save the maximum amount of energy possible. Preventing heat from escaping helps save on the energy bill as well as increase environmental consciousness, so why not start with improving the most obvious way for heat to escape - through doors? According to the U.S.
October 14, 2014
October 3, 2014
These days it has become increasingly important to be aware of our energy output. Not only is being mindful of your energy output ecologically prudent, it can help you save money as well. Following are some easy ways to start reducing your energy usage and putting money back in your business’ coffers.
September 19, 2014
Lighting is an important component of a home. Whether you need to perform tasks without bumping into walls and furniture, or give your home a unique and bright appearance, lighting is what you need. The sun gives us plenty of natural lighting, which we can use to brighten up our homes.
September 10, 2014
August 31, 2014
August 20, 2014
Did you know that lighting fixtures consume about 35 percent of the total electricity used in your Colorado home? While having bright and decorative lights can make your home more beautiful, you must remember that they increase your carbon footprint. Don't worry, though, because if you take steps in the right direction today, you can effectively reduce your energy consumption and cut down on costs.
August 12, 2014
Air sealing, in simple terms, is the process of closing the openings and cracks in your home to prevent cool or warm air from leaking out. Apart from stabilizing the temperature of your home, air sealing is also crucial for moisture control. This is important in regions like Colorado where there is a constant need for home heating. The most ideal time to air seal your home is during the time of construction.
August 1, 2014
Owners of older and lightly insulated homes are increasingly turning to retrofitting solutions to improve energy efficiency and slash their energy bills. Depending on the type of home you own, you can opt for retrofits after consulting with a building professional.
Many insulation opportunities in older homes
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