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Reducing energy use in your home isn’t easy, but impossible either. You can save money, increase energy security, and reduce the pollution emitted from non-renewable sources of energy by upgrading, replacing certain appliances in your home, or shifting to a more environmentally friendly attitude.
Making your home more energy efficient is not only a smart choice, but it is also a great example of a conscious choice. Before we explore some of the best ways to make your home energy-efficient, here is a fact we bet you didn’t know.
A modern brick home will have two walls. The outer one is the visible wall and the one that is exposed to the elements. There will then be a gap before the inner wall is built. The inner and outer walls are connected to give strength and stability. But, you do need to do a little maintenance to keep the warmth within your interior wall. There are several things you can do.
When we think about air pollution, we always think about the polluted air outside. We do not think about the air inside our houses as polluted. This is a big misconception because the air inside our homes can be as polluted as the air outside. If you think you can avoid pollution by staying inside the house most of the time, you are mistaken.
There are a few effective ways of making your home more energy-efficient, but few match the impact of having energy-saving windows by Ecochoice Windows. Today, we take a close look at how doing something as simple as replacing your old, inefficient windows with new, energy-preserving ones can help you spend less money on energy bills.
Energy bills spike in the winter because people spend their time holed up at home instead of heading out for outdoor activities. Appliances use more energy to combat the freezing weather trying to creep through their walls, turning up their thermostats and plugging in space heaters in rooms that have a stubborn chill.
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