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From Guest Blogger Eileen O’Shanassay: Five Tips to Save Money and Energy at Home

Lowering your utility bills sounds great, but a lot of people don’t know just how easy it is to make a home more energy-efficient. Truthfully, reducing energy and costs doesn’t require a lot of hi-tech upgrades or uncomfortable sacrifices. Making






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From Guest Blogger Brooke Chaplan: Ideas to Make Your Home Energy Efficient for the Everyday Treehugger

Making your home more energy efficient has many benefits. Wasting less energy means keeping more of your hard-earned money. Energy-efficient homes are also more environmentally friendly, have a smaller carbon footprint and may even have a higher resale value. Try






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From Guest Blogger Eileen O’Shanassey: Tricks to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

With rising energy costs and continuing concerns about environmental impact, plenty of people are looking for ways to make their homes more energy efficient and to save some money in the process. Luckily for you, the last few years have






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From Guest Blogger Hannah Whittenly: Sun Sensations–Four Ways to Go Green with Solar Energy at Home

Going green can seem a bit daunting, especially if you don’t know how to apply these principles at home. At first, it might seem like everything is trying to destroy the planet. However, these four tips will help you make






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From Guest Blogger Dixie Somers: Five Ways to Make Your HVAC System More Energy Efficient

Your HVAC system can provide many years of comfortable heating and cooling for your home. However, to ensure that your system is working at peak efficiency, a number of periodic maintenance tasks are needed. These measures can help to reduce






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From Guest Blogger Lizzie Weakly: Breathe Easy–How to Purify Your Home Air

The air inside your home may not be as clean as you think. In fact, every year people develop illnesses that are attributable to household air pollution, including eye irritation, dizziness, fatigue, headaches, and nasal problems. However, you don’t have






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From Guest Blogger Eileen O’Shanasey: How to Create a More Energy Efficient Home

In today’s world, keeping costs down is important and this is especially crucial for new homeowners. If the utility payments get out of hand, it is very easy to fall behind on all your bills. To alleviate some of the






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From Guest Blogger Brooke Chaplan: How to Make Your Company Facility More Energy-Efficient in 2017

Making your facility more energy-efficient requires a multi-pronged approach. From the heating and air conditioning to the plumbing, resources can be maximized at every step. These actions offer long-term energy efficiency solutions. Insulation






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From Guest Blogger Eileen O’Shanassy: How to Make Your Family’s Move Less Wasteful

Moving can be a pain and can cost a lot you a lot of money. It can also take a toll on the earth if you aren’t careful. Luckily, this does not always have to be the case. In fact,






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From Guest Blogger Dixie Somers: How the Military Is Incorporating Green Technologies

America depends on its military to keep the country safe, and it still has to have the ability to maintain troops and power military operations. As anyone with an online military history degree knows, for years the military has been






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