Eco-Friendly Solutions

Recommendations for a more sustainable home

Who Benefits from Going Green?

Both lifelong environmental activists and homeowners seeking to reduce your energy bills have much to gain. Going green is not just a cliche', it's a positive mind set that benefits all of us. Eco-friendly homes use less energy. This means less resources are consumed, like natural gas, electricity, and water. Residual benefits include lower energy bills, a safer, more comfortable living environment and increased home value. On a more global scale, green homes also create a smaller carbon footprint. Making our homes more sustainable and energy efficient also helps to assure a better future for our children. It's ok to start small. Simple things like turning off lights when not in use, use water more judiciously, or recycling waste all add up. Every journey starts with that first step. We'd be happy to help guide you down that road.

Energy Saving Alternative Homes

Concrete Homes

Are concrete homes eco-friendly?
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Earth-Sheltered Homes

Eco-Friendly living alternative
earth sheltered bermed home built into hillside

Net Zero Homes

energy indepenance is possible
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Solar Power Solutions

Portable Solar Energy 

Power station vs power generator
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Home Solar Energy System

is one right for you?
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Solar Security Cameras

Affordable Protection
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Eco-Friendly Older Homes

Newer homes are built to much more stringent energy efficiency standards. Here are some of the many updates you can do to save both energy and money:
  • Add new high-efficiency HVAC systems: 
  • Consider Solar Energy
  • Enhanced Insulation in walls and attics: 
  • Draft-proofing around windows and doors: 
  • High-efficiency insulation and ventilation systems 
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