Boost Your Rhode Island Building’s Energy Efficiency

Ways to Boost Your Building's Energy Efficiency Making your home energy-efficient isn't only beneficial to the environment- it's also beneficial to your wallet! Going green can save you money in a variety of ways, and you have plenty of options to make the change. Here are just some of the ways to do your part. 1. Switch [...]

Get Your Home Ready for Spring: Make Your Home Energy Efficient

"Spring has sprung"...as they say. For many, this means great weather and finally being able to be outdoors more. For others, spring is the time of year for cleaning and home improvements, especially because the heat of summer is right around the corner. The more you get done when temperatures are mild, the less you'll have to [...]

The Three Most Important Things To Make Your Home More Comfortable

One of the most expensive aspects of being a homeowner is spending money heating and cooling your home. It can sometimes be a grind and trying to find that perfect comfort level in your home. As we all know New England winters and summers can be very unpredictable. As homeowners we look for every advantage to [...]

Investing In An Energy Efficient Retrofit Of Your Home

Residential and commercial buildings consume over 40 percent of the overall energy usage in the United States. These buildings represent a big opportunity to reduce our nation’s overall energy usage as well as it dependence on foreign sources of energy. The good news is that often times these buildings can have an energy retrofit on their home [...]

Energy Costs and Your Home

Learning how to save energy can help you save money, and in the long run increase the total efficiency of your home as a whole. With energy saving techniques, you can not only save money on your utility bills, but also help the environment. The process of this is simple and energy efficiency is one of [...]

What is Energy Efficiency?

Energy costs keep rising, but homeowners still need the same things that take energy — washing machines, electric lights, heat in the winter and cooling in the summer. There are two ways to handle this problem: energy conservation and energy efficiency. Conservation and efficiency: What’s the difference? With energy conservation, your sweltering hot in the summer and put [...]