Category: Efficiency

Small Actions That Conserve Energy within a Home

You don’t have to overhaul your home to make it more energy-efficient! There are many simple yet effective things that you can do to conserve energy at home. Here are a few. Insulate the water heater. Adding an insulation blanket around a water heater can be a simple and inexpensive way to cut energy loss. Water heaters manufactured within the last . . .

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5 Ways to Observe Energy Action Month in October

In 2011, President Obama officially designated October as Energy Action Month in an effort to encourage Americans to save energy, water and money. This fall, you can take action by following these simple strategies to keep your home more comfortable and your utility costs lower during the cold winter months. Maintain your heating system. Regular maintenance by a licensed HVAC professional is essential . . .

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Stop Summer’s Heat with Low-E Technology from Sunrise® Windows

Thanks to rising utility costs and a greater awareness of environmental impact, homeowners are increasingly concerned about the energy efficiency of their homes. According to the Demand Institute, a 2014 survey of more than 100,000 households indicated average household spending on home electricity has grown 56% since 2000. In addition, a desire for better energy efficiency was homeowners’ top concern, with . . .

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Sunrise® Windows Debuts Highly Efficient, Customizable Latitude Glass

There are many things to consider when replacing your windows and doors, and the glass you select is an important choice. Glass affects the look of your home from the curb, how clear your view is from inside the house, the amount of light allowed into your home, and how comfortable you feel throughout the year. It can help you . . .

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How the ENERGY STAR® Label Can Help You Save Money

Quality window replacement is a smart home investment that can help homeowners save money. According to ENERGY STAR®, upgrading single-pane units to more energy-efficient windows can yield $126 to $465 in annual energy savings. The exact amount of savings will depend on your area’s climate, type of window being replaced, and resulting energy demands. For example, according to government calculations, a . . .

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Why ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient Certified Windows are Worth the Investment

When you’re ready to invest in new windows, you will face many decisions regarding window styles, options and pricing. Perhaps even more important will be the choices you make concerning energy efficiency. If you want high-quality windows, a cozier home, lower utility bills and to be a contributor to environmental sustainability, consider replacing your old windows with those that have received . . .

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Will the ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient Windows Please Stand Up?

The ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient program was established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2011 to help homeowners find products that have exceeded minimum government standards for energy efficiency. The initial list of products recognized by the program included refrigerators and freezers; clothes washers; heating and cooling units; and televisions. Since that time, the program has become increasingly popular among consumers . . .

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2015 Brings More Stringent Requirements for ENERGY STAR® Windows and Doors

Window technology has undergone major changes in recent decades, and window efficiency is about to become even better in 2015. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has revised its ENERGY STAR® requirements so windows and doors must meet even stricter performance standards as of January 1, 2015. In order to qualify for an ENERGY STAR rating, products must meet all of the following criteria. . . .

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A Closer Look at ENERGY STAR® Version 6.0 Requirements for Windows & Doors

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), the typical American household spends $1,332.96 annually on electric bills, with 47.7% of this amount going toward heating and cooling expenses. Even more significant is the fact that 25% of the heating and cooling Americans pay for is lost through inefficient house windows and doors. Curbing this energy loss is what inspired . . .

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