Energy Efficiency

Carbon Reduction Checklist

By |2017-01-20T19:39:04-08:00January 20th, 2017|CTA Consultation|

[et_pb_section bb_built="1"][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text _builder_version="3.2"] Appliances        Buy energy star appliances.        Use a solar dryer (clothesline.)        Know what you want and where it is before you open the refrigerator.        Use a carafe coffee system rather a burner system (better coffee and less energy.)        Better yet make your own cold brew

Free Energy Assessment

By |2016-01-13T14:45:48-08:00January 13th, 2016|CTA Consultation|

We now provide an energy assessment with every Remodel project we do that is over $10,000.  Doing this is such a no-brainer that we are making it an automatic part of our process. With relatively little effort, we can provide information on how to cost effectively reduce utility bills. Reducing monthly utility bills can be

Best Energy Retrofit

By |2013-08-17T14:45:57-07:00August 17th, 2013|CTA Consultation|

green building Which is the least expensive energy retrofit? A.  Installing solar panels B.  Replacing existing windows with high efficiency windows C.  Installing energy star appliances D.  Sealing air leaksWhich has the highest ROI? A.  Installing solar panels B.  Replacing existing windows with high efficiency windows C.  Installing energy star appliances D. Sealing air

Your Impact on Energy Use:Tip #3 Savvy Appliance Use

By |2011-11-09T17:11:50-08:00November 9th, 2011|CTA Consultation|

This week long blog series is to help you understand how your choices effect the efficiency of your home. It will take a look at a breakdown of annual energy use in an average home and offer suggestions about how you can reduce your overall use in each category. Today we discuss appliance use, and how you can save money and energy even with older appliances.

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