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Energy Efficiency

November 13, 2012

Boost Whole-House Energy Efficiency In Your Georgia Home With Air Sealing

When you are trying to cut energy costs in your Peachtree City-area home, looking at your whole-house energy efficiency can help. Think of your home’s energy efficiency like a metal chain. The chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and your home is only as efficient as each individual part. So what is whole-home energy efficiency? It is the process of taking all the parts of your home that contribute to efficiency, including the HVAC (heating, ventilation and […]
November 27, 2012

Maximizing Your Older Home’s Energy Efficiency Without Giving Up Any Of Its Charm

What older homes lack in energy efficiency, they usually make up for in charm. But despite its age, your older home’s energy efficiency can be given a major boost with a few simple tasks. If you struggle to keep your home comfortable in extreme weather or if your energy costs seem higher than they should, follow these tips for improving the overall efficiency of your home — without sacrificing its charm. Seal air leaks Even small air leaks add up […]
January 15, 2013

Cut Your Energy Consumption This Winter, Save Money

The south is known for its hot, muggy summer weather, but on the flip side, winters in the Peachtree City, Fayette and Coweta county can be downright freezing. As winter sets in, you may be looking for ways to reduce your energy consumption and lower your utility bills. Here are a few tips to do just that, and they don’t require drastic changes and spending lots of money: Use programmable thermostats: Programmable thermostats can reduce your energy bills significantly, as they […]
July 11, 2013

Guarding Against Thermal Heat Gain in Your Peachtree City Home

Air conditioning cools your home by removing heat from the indoor air. In order to minimize your energy bills, you’ll want to limit the amount of heat that your A/C has to remove. There are a number of sources of thermal heat gain and a number of steps to take to lessen them. The number one source of thermal heat gain is sunlight. When it strikes your home’s roof, walls and windows, a portion of its energy is absorbed as […]