1. Denver Home Energy Audit, How Does It Work?

    You want to lower your energy bills but you don't want to drain your bank account, so which home improvements can accomplish this objective? What design modifications would actually lower your bills? With low cost and highest savings being the goal, a certified home energy audit will first determine your current energy usage and energy waste with state-of-the-art technolog…Read More

  2. Denver Home Energy Savings, Are New Appliances Worth It?

    The answer is yes. Unlike other household items, major appliances in the last twenty years have gone UP in energy efficiency, DOWN in price. Research shows that between 1980 and 2001, the energy efficiency of refrigerators improved by approximately sixty percent while consumer prices dropped by forty percent. To improve your home energy savings, upgrade to Energy Star rate…Read More

  3. Denver Home Energy Audit And The Conservation Pyramid

    The food pyramid is the familiar triangle with grains at the bottom, fats and sugars at the top. Modeled on the food pyramid, the conservation pyramid is a guide for home improvements that will conserve energy and save you money. Like the food pyramid, the conservation pyramid reads from the bottom up, so start at the lowest level and work your way up because the improveme…Read More

  4. The Cost Of Denver Home Solar Panels

    How much money will you save by having a solar system installed in your home? Well, what was your electrical bill last month? Generally, a solar panel system will provide seventy percent of your electrical usage. Let's do the math: if you spent $200 on electricity last month and a solar panel system can save you 70%, then you will save $140 each month. That’s $1,680 pe…Read More

  5. Thermal Imaging And Denver Home Energy Savings

    The first step to saving energy in your home is to request a certified energy audit. The use of infrared cameras will diagnose home-performance problems such as air leaks, indoor air quality, insulation inefficiency and combustion safety issues. Audit specialists mainly use an infrared camera to make heat leaks visible. These cameras are also known as thermographic scanner…Read More

  6. Denver Home Energy Rebates, Do You Qualify?

    The time is now for better home energy efficiency. Energy rates are increasing 7 percent each year, expected to double in 9 years. If you are a homeowner, you cannot afford to wait to make improvements and upgrades in order to reduce your family's energy consumption. Now is the time to prevent unwanted energy loss, improve the quality of your indoor air, lower your carbon …Read More

  7. Solar Water Heaters And Denver Home Energy Rebates

    Using the sun's thermal energy to heat water, solar-powered water heaters come in a variety of designs, all of which include a collector and storage tank. These state-of-the-art heaters are described based upon its design and type of collector and circulation system. In order for existing homes and new construction to qualify for a tax credit or rebate, certain requirement…Read More

  8. Invest Wisely With Denver Home Solar Panels

    Having solar electric panels installed in your home or business can totally eliminate your energy bill and literally save hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year. Colorado homeowners who invest in solar panels not only save energy and money, but they find that their homes sell at a premium compared to homes without photovoltaic (PV) systems. To learn more about the si…Read More

  9. Denver Home Solar Panels, What Is Net-Metering?

    While you are at work or on vacation or just plain not-home, your solar system is producing energy all day every day. When your home is producing energy that you're not using, a surplus of energy is created. So what to do with this energy? This is called net-metering and it is available in many states including Colorado. How does it work? When your solar system generates…Read More

  10. Turn Down Your Water Heater

    One way to save, without spending a dime, is to set your Water Heater at 120ºF. Set too high, or at 140ºF, your water heater can waste anywhere from $36 to $61 annually.…Read More