There is a large selection of fireplace models and manufacturers on the market, depending on your personal preferences, design tastes, whether you like a modern or rustic, or traditional style and accessories, what your space and budget requirements are, and what type of energy source you want. Find out which is right for your home!
Homes can have lots of costs. One of the largest is heating and cooling bills. Savvy homeowners often look for ways to make their homes more energy efficient. One of the best ways to keep on top of your energy costs is to understand the energy efficiency of your home’s design.
If you are someone who is eco-conscious or just an ordinary person who is looking to save money by going green, this guide is for you. We know that inspiring people to change the status quo isn’t always easy. It takes a lot of initiative, research, investment, and planning on your part, however, the payoff can be significant for your energy bills and the environment…
There are many ways to evaluate the energy efficiency of a house. Here at Home Energy Experts, one of the cutting-edge techniques we utilize during home energy evaluation is thermographic inspection.
Most homeowners are familiar with the basics of a conventional water heater. Usually storing between 30 and 50 gallons, a conventional water heater preheats and then distributes hot water when someone washes dishes, showers, or does laundry.
With the advent of the smart thermostat, you can now be in control of a more efficient, cost-effective, energy-conscious home. But if you’ve only just recently heard of smart thermostats, you might be wondering what exactly they do. Here are some of the advantages they offer.