How to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly This Summer

Posted on on August 10th, 2015

iStock_000009875000_MediumLooking to make your home a little more eco-friendly this summer?  Taking some time to green your space is good for the environment and it can help provide you with long-term savings.  Here a few ways to make your home more energy-efficient.

Eco-Friendly Home Tips:

  •  Replace Light Bulbs – Incandescent light bulbs aren’t as efficient as compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL).  Switching to CFL bulbs can even save 400 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions per incandescent light you trade out!
  • Unplug Appliances – Many appliances are left plugged in, using energy when they’re not in use.  Unplug your TV to save electricity when it’s not in use.
  • Install Low-Flow Plumbing – Installing a water-efficient toilet and showerhead can help you save water and money.
  • Improve Your Home Insulation – Many older homes don’t have enough insulation in the walls and attic.  Adding insulation or upgrading your home insulation to spray foam insulation can help improve the energy-efficiency of your home.

You can also contact Good Life Energy Savers with any questions you have about how you can make your home more eco-friendly by adding energy efficient home insulation.  Call 203-297-6337 to contact our office for more information.

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