We’re slowly transitioning into fall. In New England the beginning of fall usually means a sweater in the morning, a tank top in the afternoon and back to a sweater by sundown. This transition
Solar energy has been around for quite some time, since 1839 to be specific. However, the first silicon photovoltaic cell wasn’t developed until 1954. Originally sold to commercial properties, but as the popularity of
There are plenty of good reasons to have your home properly insulated: noise reduction, comfort and most importantly, energy savings. Insulation acts as a barrier keeping unwanted allergens and pollutants out of your home.
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Energy is something we use in our homes all the time from waking hours till when the lights finally go out at night. Your energy bill includes your electric, gas and water. There are
You’ve heard the term over and over again. You’ve seen posts online about making your home energy efficient. You’ve had inspectors come to your house asking to give you an energy efficiency inspection, but
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It’s not a secret that cities use up a lot of energy. This is only going to increase in the future as it is predicted that the world population will increase by about 2