Are you experiencing an increase in your home’s energy bills? You might be using too much energy, or the equipment in your home might need to be checked on. This situation occurs pretty often. Many homeowners will recognize an increase in some heating, cooling, electricity, or gas bills. These things are common, and they are… Read more »
Sudden Increase in Your Home’s Energy Bills?
Why Choose to Upgrade Your Lighting & Appliances?
Every homeowner should always take a look at how their home’s lighting and appliances are working. As new technology improves appliances and lighting for home use, it’s a good idea to look into how much energy you’re using in your home. If you notice that some of your appliances or lighting our outdated, it’s time… Read more »
How to Build an Energy Efficient Home
In today’s day, the trend for building homes is less about how big I can get one, and rather, how energy efficient I can make my home. Small is beautiful for many people around the country when it comes to building a home. Younger generations are concerned about how much money they are spending on… Read more »
The Advantages of a Net-Zero Energy Home
Net-zero energy homes are becoming increasingly popular in the housing market lately, which is unsurprising with all of the green benefits they pose. Save the environment while simultaneously saving money Living in a net-zero energy home will help our currently crippling ecosystem. These structures will drastically reduce your greenhouse gas emissions and use renewable energy… Read more »
California Making Green Strides towards Net-Zero with Solar Panels
As we know, California has always been at the forefront of green energy. Our emission limits are now national industry standards, and innovation on the local level is often adopted by cities and municipalities everywhere. Perhaps nowhere is this momentum more apparent than in Sonoma County, where net-zero energy home construction is quickly becoming the… Read more »
Zero Net Energy: What Is the Initiative?
How many times do you turn the lights on in your house? How often do you turn the heat on in your home during the winter, or crank the A/C in the summer? Every time you click that thermostat to a higher temperature or turn your light switches on, you’re using energy. We’re not saying… Read more »