Even the simplest things can make an impact on the environment, and with global-warming a popular issue, it’s a good idea to reduce your carbon footprint. What better way to do so than to update your home and make it a green one? Here are some things you can do:
You may not consider your doors an energy efficient aspect of your home, but they are. Doors made from the right material and with the right insulation can not only reduce your energy bills, but they can also reduce the noises outside of your home. Let our door experts help you choose the right doors to help you save money.
If you’re looking for energy efficient windows, why not choose a type that keeps drafts out of your home and are created using minimal manufacturing energy? Green windows with Low-E glass coating on them helps to insulate the heat or air conditioning that’s running in any room in your home to help keep it comfortable all year round.
Many homeowners forget that siding can actually come with a variety of insulation in order to keep your home at its optimal temperature. In addition, green siding materials are manufactured responsibly and are installed in an eco-friendly manner. In fact, siding materials in the U.S. have to comply with LEED and NAHB guidelines, so you’ll get the best in energy efficient protection.
If you’re in the market for a new roofing system, our asphalt shingles have much more strength than plywood and give you a long-lasting, beautiful roof. These shingles also come in a “green” variety that can help insulate your home and reduce your home energy bills.
For more ideas on how to make your home an energy-efficient one, give us a call!