Your Home's future energy footprint is going to be smaller than it is today. Energy Efficiency and Green Building Programs have come to the forefront in the residential construction market. PG&E and the Federal Government are working diligently behind the scenes setting lofty energy goals that will push today's homeowners to reduce their energy footprint of their existing home anywhere between 20 and 40%. Reviews of Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning
While everyone quickly associates Green with money, Green building has become the new chic building standard, forcing new homes to be built to dramatically higher standards than those used only a few years ago. If you're lucky enough to have bought one of these new Green homes, you can take comfort in the fact that your house already exceeds the energy requirements that are only a few years away.
For the homeowner in an existing home, don't you worry! The building performance standards of the future can be reached today!
While the government works hard to create rebates to help push today's homeowners towards making these highly desirable efficiency improvements, the new Green processes gain momentum.
Currently, there are many ways to improve your home's energy footprint. To increase your home's efficiency, you could improve any of the following areas, and improving more than one would have a significant affect on your current electrical and gas bills (no specific order). Stand-alone Services that we provide
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