How Can I Make My Home More Energy Efficient?
By Blue Corona Dev Jun 26, 2015
Many homes in Connecticut end up with large power bills for the simple fact that they use old apliances, or haven’t stayed up to date with home maintenance. So, over time, Connecticut homes frequently develop air leaks surrounding the windows, doors, ducts, and any holes where cables run through. Any attempt to address these problems will make a major difference in reducing your energy costs by cconserving the amount of energy spent. Even across the United States, Americans have the opportunity to save hundreds of billions of dollars by upgrading their home with more energy-efficient equipment and technologies. Check out this infographic by Mr. Handyman to learn more about how to make your home energy efficient.
Possible Tax Credit: Some Energy Star products are eligible for a federal tax credit, among other awesome incentives. The amount can be up to 10% of the window cost if it is Energy Star qualified.
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