Maybe you have been contemplating some changes around the house but you haven’t found the time, or you don’t know exactly what to do. Before you tackle any other home improvement project, consider making a few improvements that will make your home more energy efficient and get you the green stamp-of-approval from the government.
Stop air leaks from drafty doors and windows by sealing leaks with weatherstripping. Weatherstripping will prevent heat loss and help keep your winter energy use low. Loose seals around the sides of doors or windows are one of the most common areas where heat escapes. Fortunately, it is also one of the easiest areas of [...]
Keep your home winterization process eco-friendly by weatherizing your windows. Covering glass with clear plastic or storm windows will cut heat loss and using insulating drapes will hold even in more heat. Who doesn’t remember stapling up sheets of plastic over the windows of your home with your father as a young child? Well as [...]
In an ideal world, every home would come installed with an energy-efficient water heating system. But in the real world, that just isn’t going to happen and not everyone can install an efficient system themselves. Maybe it’s not enough time, not enough money, or just an old house that can’t meet the requirements of a [...]
You shouldn’t let a bunch of tree-hugging environmentalists just walk all over you unless, of course, you are environmentally friendly flooring. Sustainable flooring is rising in popularity among the different types of flooring on the contemporary home flooring market. We’re not surprised. The assorted types of flooring that comprise the “environmentally friendly flooring” group make [...]
Home winterization is an important topic this time of year. Of course, we’re concerned not just with effective, but also eco-friendly ways to stay warm and combat the elements. Greener, environmentally friendly methods of home winterization are more popular than ever before. GreenTips 365 has gathered 7 tips to help you go green by saving [...]
This green tip is not just a way to be environmentally friendly with the way you winterize your home, it’s a way to save energy and money all year long. Insulate your water heater and consider turning it town a few notches. Many people never consider their water heater when looking for ways to cut [...]