Category: Spring Energy Tips

3 Signs That Your Home Needs Insulation Posted by Wattson on Mar 17, 2016

Insulation for your Florida home

Insulation is usually associated with keeping something warm, like a cup of coffee, a soup thermos, or a log cabin in the snowy mountains. But what about the cooler you bring with you to the beach every summer? Its insulated layer keeps your food and drinks cold and sand-free. Insulating your home can do the same thing - it keeps your...

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When to Replace A Central AC Unit Posted by Wattson on May 26, 2015

For some homeowners, a visit from a technician to repair a central air conditioning unit brings the news that it is time for a replacement. For others, however, the decision to replace a unit happens before it stops working completely. Don’t wait until you are stuck without air conditioning on a hot day. Use these five signs to help...

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Sunny Springtime: The Perfect Time to Install Solar Panels Posted by Wattson on May 20, 2015

Renewable energy and protecting the environment are important considerations when thinking about how to power your lifestyle. We all know that resources like coal and oil damage the earth both when they are removed from the ground, then again when they are burned for energy. Solar energy, on the other hand, is clean and becoming more ...

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When Should I Get an Energy Assessment for My Home? Posted by Wattson on Apr 23, 2015

An energy efficient home is not only better for the environment, it is easier on your checkbook, too. An energy assessment is a great way to find out where you can make improvements so you can maximize your energy savings. Although energy assessments are offered year round, we recommend booking your assessment in the spring or fall. ...

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5 Easy Ways to Turn Spring Cleaning into an Energy Saving Success Posted by Wattson on Apr 9, 2015

Spring is a great time to refresh your home after a long, buttoned-up winter. While making your usual spring cleaning rounds, consider these tips for tidying up your home's energy usage. 1. Improve Air Flow While you are cleaning baseboards, don't forget to make sure that air vents are clean and not blocked by furniture, draperies, ...

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3 Ways to Save Money on Your Energy Bill in Under an Hour Posted by Wattson on Mar 23, 2015

Have you ever sat in front of your bank statement at the end of the month and wondered where all your money goes? Have you ever gotten your electricity or gas bill and stared in disbelief at how much money you’re spending just to keep the lights on and your home warm? If so, this blog post is for you! Energy is expensive. The ave...

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Allergy Season Is Here! Protect Your Home’s Air Quality. Posted by Wattson on Aug 25, 2014

The changing of seasons through autumn and spring are some of the most beautiful times of the year, but for many people with sensitivities they can also be the most dreaded. If you or someone in your household is often plagued by the sniffling, wheezing, and sneezing that occurs during these peak allergy seasons, there are things you ...

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Spring Into Energy Savings – Why Now’s The Time To Button Up Your Home Posted by Wattson on Mar 20, 2014

When spring arrives, homeowners often take a break from thinking about energy efficiency and the costs of heating and cooling their homes. Before you pack up your heavy boots and sweaters and put this winter behind you, schedule your No-Cost Home Energy Assessment. Not only will it help you save on next year's heating bills but it wi...

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Time for Spring Cleaning! Posted by admin on Apr 12, 2013

Spring is here, and with it comes the favorite ritual of renters and homeowners, spring cleaning! Time to air out those stuffy upper bedrooms, crack open the vents, beat the carpets and sterilize the fridge, and usher the winter’s accumulated crud out the door. Here are some tips on getting things back to spic and span at the old homest...

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