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One second of sunlight can generate enough power for about 10,000 times the world’s combined energy requirement. So why wouldn’t you use this renewable source of energy to power your home?
It’s likely that you or someone in your household suffers from allergies or asthma. Although there’s only so much that can be done to prevent symptoms, you can improve your home’s indoor air quality and breathe easier.
Enhancing your home’s indoor air quality through duct sealing won’t just help improve your health, it’ll also help your home become more energy efficient and generate savings on air conditioning costs during the summer, and heating costs during the winter.
With the weather finally warming up and the days getting longer, you’re probably itching to tackle some projects around the house. Maybe you’ve caught the decluttering bug, or you’re ready to tune up the garden outside. Whatever’s already on your spring cleaning list, you should add a Healthy Home Evaluation to it.
With the prices of traditional sources of energy consistently rising, if you’re looking to save and futureproof your home against ever-increasing costs, solar power is the way to go. Home solar energy systems have become much more affordable, and the technology has only continued to improve, so as a homeowner in New York or Connecticut you can reap the rewards.