The guide to an eco-friendly home.

Keep your home trendy with more than gadgets this year. Alexa would bring your home to 2019 but will it save you money? Homes that are energy efficient are becoming more and more popular. Homes that are eco-friendly will sell faster and for more than compared to homes who have no energy efficient features. It’s time to upgrade your energy source and fix those troubleshooting dryer issues. This year, make it your new year's resolution to make your home energy efficient.

Make the switch to geothermal energy.

It’s time to make the switch to a sustainable energy source that will help the environment and your wallet. For geothermal energy, pipes that are installed underground are called a loop system.  A water solution circulates through underground pipes. The warm water is then transferred into the home where a pump concentrates the thermal energy. This energy then is transferred into the conventional ductwork to produce heat. During the summer, the whole process reverses and the heat is pumped into the ground instead of the house. With geothermal heating and cooling, your home will stay at a constant temperature throughout the year.

Geothermal energy is the greenest option for heating and cooling your home. There are no drawbacks to the environment when using this source of energy. In contrast, burning fossil fuels to heat and cool your home will leave permanent damage to the environment. Geothermal releases little to no pollution compared to fossil fuels. Switching to geothermal energy can help avoid 2.25 tons of carbon dioxide into the air and the use of 4.5 million barrels of oil.

Switch your lightbulbs.

Living greener can be as simple as switching a light bulb. Not just any light bulbs but, switching to LED light bulbs. Tossing those old “Edison” light bulbs will reduce the emission of gases into the environment that can be equivalent to what 800,000 cars release into the air. Not to mention,  LED light bulbs will save you money on your energy bill. The Washington Post has even stated that replacing all the light bulbs in your home could save you up to $600 a year. Also, these LED light bulbs will last up to 13 years which is about 25,000 hours. LED light bulbs save you money and energy!

Stop the leaks.

The leaking faucet could be costing you hundreds of dollars. There is a misconception that a little drop of water is not harmful;  on the contrary, it’s impacting the environment. Any water leaks from your home could waste 90 gallons of water or more every day! A drop might not seem like much, but it can add up pretty quick. Faucet and valve leaks are the most common type of leaks. A call to a plumber will save you and the earth some trouble.

Repair your appliances.

If the dryer is making strange noises, you might need professionals for troubleshooting dryer issues! It might be time to get that appliance repaired. Every year Americans throw out over 60 million appliances. A simple fix can save the environment! An appliance repair expert saves you money and the environment by giving appliances a new life.

Whether you are trying to make the switch geothermal energy or you have troubleshooting dryer issues, ServiceOne can lend a helping hand. Don’t leave making your home eco-friendly for next year.


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