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“Energy efficiency” is more than just a buzzword.

It’s a lifestyle and an attractive selling point for today’s modern homebuyers. The average American household spends over $5,000 on home energy costs. With an energy-efficient focus, you can save up to 30% on your electric bill, help preserve the planet’s natural resources, and cut back on pollution. Not bad, eh?
While these savvy home upgrades might go unseen, their effects certainly aren’t unfelt:

1. High-rated Insulation

Home energy efficiency always begins with insulation. With better insulation, you’ll keep in the air you pay to heat or cool while keeping out unwelcomed moisture, allergens, and even excessive noise. Blown-in insulation provides a seamless level of protection for your home and a quicker installation process than the traditional rolled insulation.


2. Tankless Water Heater

These energy-saving appliances can reduce your water heating costs by up to 40% and last decades longer than traditional water heaters. With the addition of a tankless water heater, you’ll save interior home space and keep water heated around the clock and around the calendar.

By integrating savvy, smart upgrades into your home you can save energy, bring utility costs to a minimum and reduce your carbon footprint.