You can reduce your energy consumption in big and little ways. Everything you do to reduce your home energy costs will not only help you by saving money, but it will also positively affect the environment and cut down on the use of non-renewable resources. We live in an energy-saving world that is constantly moving forward with technological advances that aim to:
• Provide energy efficient products
• Come up with ways to make saving energy simple and affordable
• Equip people with the knowledge they need to use energy more efficiently
It makes sense both financially and environmentally to understand as much as you can about how to reduce energy consumption in your home. Heating and cooling is the largest energy expense for the average home in the U.S. If you receive a full home energy assessment, you’ll be surprised at all the improvements you can make in your home while also saving money and lowering your carbon footprint.