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for Home Energy Efficiency
The Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) was founded in 1995 as an independent, non-profit organization to help homeowners reduce the cost of their utility bills by making their homes more energy efficient.
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and Pay Less in Energy Bills
A home energy audit or rating will show you where and how your home is losing energy, and provide you with cost-effective solutions to the problems.
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Energy Improvements Are Now
More Affordable than Ever!
From energy mortgages to residential energy tax credits, learn about all the financial benefits you can take advantage of when you decide to make your home more energy efficient.
If you are looking into alternative energy sources for your home, consider geothermal power which is one of the most...
Energy Efficiency Tips and Articles
Browse through interesting and informative articles on home energy efficiency and learn about steps you can take to make your home more efficient, affordable and comfortable.
When building or remodeling a home, the single most important piece of the puzzle is the design behind the build. This is...»Read More Views:
Sunroom home additions are not only an excellent way to increase living space but also a sure way to increase the value of...»Read More Views:
It would be difficult to have an energy efficient home without energy efficient appliances. By today's standards, old...»Read More Views:
Installed either as a hard foam board or sprayed onto walls or into hard-to-reach areas where traditional insulation is...»Read More Views:
Blown-in insulation is an excellent alternative to using conventional batt and roll fiberglass insulation. It has similar...»Read More Views:
The most common form of home insulation is “Batt and Roll” or “Blanket” insulation. It is typically stored in rolls,...»Read More Views:
As a major energy expense for your home, central heating is an area where you can make significant energy-saving changes....»Read More Views:
Around 80% of new homes built in the United States are equipped with a central air conditioning unit. In addition, many...»Read More Views: