You’ve probably heard by now that installing energy efficient windows can help to reduce the cost of your monthly energy bill by sealing in heat when it’s cold and cool air when it’s hot outside. There are also great environmental benefits.
While some prefer to dump nasty chemicals in their yard to keep it looking good, that's hardly environmentally-friendly – not to mention, safe for pets and kids. Here are a few suggestions to take the strain out of mowing, and produce a lawn to be proud of, with time to enjoy it.
Whether your home is a period property with small windows or a new build still in the early design stages, there are plenty of ways you can maximize the natural light in your home and save money on energy bills at the same time.
Going green is one way to attract young and environmentally-conscious tenants into your rental complex. As a green landlord, you reap benefits in reduced costs and better tenants all while protecting the environment. Learn the numerous ways you can go green in your rental apartments.
HVAC systems are notorious for their high energy consumption and carbon footprint. However, they are also a necessary part in daily life. So, how do make your heating and cooling systems greener, save some money and preserve the environment? Keep these HVAC considerations in mind when replacing or upgrading your system.