In many homes, about half of the conditioned air leaks to the outside every hour. The good news, especially if you don’t want to spend a lot of money, or if you’re hesitant to invite contractors into your home right now, is that you can seal air leaks on your own with a little time and effort. 

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Better energy efficiency at home starts with savings, not sales, and an energy audit conducted by a trained energy advisor can help you get there.

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You pay for the amount of energy used, as well as when it's used.

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Most homes have some insulation in the attic, but often there’s not enough – especially if yours is an older home. Figure out how much you need for maximum energy savings.

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Before the work starts, have a discussion with your contractor about your expectations for energy efficiency and a quality finished project. 

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Spring has sprung, and it's time to start thinking about renovations to your home that will improve aesthetics, usability and overall energy efficiency. 

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The more energy efficient your heating system is, the lower your utility bills will be.

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By stopping drafts at their source, you’ll stay warmer at lower thermostat settings, use less energy and reduce your utility bills.

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Mini-split ductless heat pumps can heat efficiently, and they’re an economical and energy efficient replacement for window air-conditioning units.

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An electric air source heat pump can be a cost-effective alternative to electric resistance heat that’s used in furnaces, baseboard heaters and wall units.

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