Home Energy Efficiency


Homeowners have multiple options for reducing energy use while saving money over the long term. asdfoij ioo oifsad oij o ajsdofi joi jaois jfo jao  as dfvioaj gkjalkzcx  asfjoiasfn;sxz;nvz   vzoi ;v n;zfsdv fns

Heat Pumps

For a homeowner, one of the biggest ongoing expenses is heating (and, with growing frequency in our area, cooling) the dwelling. We humans have tried all sorts of things—wood, coal, fuel oil, natural gas, electricity—and still do. Fortunately, the best, cleanest, and most affordable yet—green energy, from the earth, outside air, or nearby water—is now available for all home types. more

Solar Roof

If you are thinking about taking the leap to a solar roof and the financial benefit—a sizable source of free electricity—there are several considerations to be aware of.  more

A geothermal heat pump, this one from Trane. It installs outside the home, attached to the buried heat exchanger. Others live in the basement.