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Sustainable home upgrades

Sustainable home upgrades

Beyond the daily choices people make to live more efficiently, home upgrades can often make the biggest impact on the home’s sustainability. While these upgrades require some planning and resources up front, the results lead to lower utility costs, higher...

Case study: New England home significantly reduces utility costs and carbon footprint

Case study: New England home significantly reduces utility costs and carbon footprint

According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), 29 percent of a home’s energy usage goes toward heating and 14 percent goes toward heating water.

Heating Water: A Tankless Job

Heating Water: A Tankless Job

Water Heaters are the Second-Largest Energy User in Homes Water heaters account for more than 14 percent of national residential energy consumption, and while most building professionals and consumers are familiar with traditional tank-style water heaters, which continuously heat and...

Eco-enhancing the luxury spa

Eco-enhancing the luxury spa

Turning a bathroom into a luxurious spa—one of today’s hottest design trends—can be attainable for the eco-conscious. Better yet, being eco-conscious when remodeling can also be good for your budget.

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