What Are Ways I Can Conserve Energy?

March 16, 2021

Heating and cooling systems are the biggest energy consumers in most homes. Energy bills rise during the winter because heating costs are a matter of survival. Fortunately, you can cut down on heating costs and save money on energy bills while still enjoying a warm, cozy, comfortable house. Consider these energy conservation tips for the next winter season. 1. Close Internal Doors Keeping your internal doors closed all the time helps in trapping heat in each room. Consequently, you need less energy to warm up the house. You can even make rooms cozier with a thick

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How To Make An Old Home More Energy Efficient

February 8, 2021

Living in an older home has many perks. In many cases, older homes are built from more sturdy materials than newer homes. Plus, older El Paso homes are often assessed at a lower value, meaning that you don’t have to pay excessive property taxes. One of the drawbacks of living in an older home is that you often have higher energy bills because the home isn’t energy-efficient. With a few basic tips from HighRidge Home Services & Construction, though, you’ll be able to significantly reduce your home’s energy consumption. Replace the Windows In general, older windows are not known for

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How to Improve Your Energy Efficiency This Winter

November 17, 2020

Winter will have you running your heater almost constantly, but there are still ways you can minimize the expense. The important thing is to make your system and your home as energy-efficient as possible. Below are some relevant tips. Insulation and Weatherstripping You want your home to keep the warm air in, and it does this when it’s well-insulated. Have an expert determine your insulation levels in the attic and walls. The technician may recommend more insulation or thicker insulation. Warm air can escape through doors, windows, fireplaces and ducts, among other places.

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