Energy-efficient windows play a big role in reducing home energy consumption.
Technicians can check your ductwork for leaks.
Infrared imaging can pinpoint places where warm air is escaping. Sealing air leaks is a sure way to save energy and money.
Older homes can be retrofitted with blown-in insulation.
Windows allow natural light (and heat from the sun) into a room.
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Installing insulation can improve the energy efficiency of your house.
Sealing air leaks can make your house more energy efficient and more comfortable.
Power strips let you turn off power to electronics when not in use, reducing “phantom loads.”
As energy prices increase, energy-efficient replacement windows can pay for themselves in less than 10 years.