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How to Create an Eco-Friendly Home

Updated: Feb 9, 2023

An eco-friendly home isn’t just great for the environment—it’s great for your wallet too. Making your home more efficient can save you an impressive amount of money on your heating and air conditioning costs. Even better, there is no need to invest in fancy gadgets or an extensive home remodel. Just a few, but important, changes will do the trick. Make these four changes for a more eco-friendly home today.

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1. Upgrade Your HVAC System

Your heating and cooling system can be one of the biggest energy-consuming appliances in your home. By upgrading your system to a new, energy-efficient model, you will make an important step towards creating an eco-friendly home. Besides experiencing better climate control and reduced heating and cooling costs, your new energy-efficient HVAC system will soon pay for itself in terms of utility savings.

2. Control Air Leaks

Air leaks are a major source of reduced energy efficiency in any home. By caulking air leaks around windows and doors, you will help the heat stay inside during the winter and keep your home cooler during summer.

3. Utilize Windows Wisely

Windows have both positive and negative aspects. The positive side is that they let natural light in, which can conserve electricity and add warmth to your home during cooler weather. The downside is, windows can be drafty, and heat can easily transfer between glass panes. Luckily, you can make your windows more eco-friendly in a number of ways. Adding solar tinting to glass, sealing gaps around the frame to eliminate costly air leaks, using thermal window treatments and adding storm windows are all viable options worth considering.

4. Improve Insulation

When was the last time you checked your home’s insulation? Many homeowners wrongly assume that their home’s insulation is sufficient. Adding the right amount of insulation to the attic and all exterior walls significantly increases your home’s ability to keep heat in during winter and keep heat out during the summer. While you are at it, make sure your crawl space, plumbing pipes, and hot water heater also have the right kind of insulation.

Turn to Energy Air for Eco-Friendly Solutions

When it comes to creating a more eco-friendly home, the professionals at Energy Air can help. We pride ourselves on providing a variety of products and services that keep your home comfortable year round in the most efficient way. If you’d like to learn more ways you can boost the efficiency of your HVAC system, or if you’re in need of any HVAC services, contact us today.

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