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Four Ways to Make Your Home More Efficient

Taking steps to reduce your home energy use is good for the environment and good for your wallet. Too often, however, we get discouraged by the scope of the task. It doesn’t have to be this way! Making a commitment to improving energy efficiency isn’t an all-or-nothing proposition. Through a combination of strategic actions and investments, you can make your home a greener and more livable place. Here are four ways to get started.

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Why More Businesses Are Going Solar

For a long time, the main argument for commercial solar power was that it was good for the environment. While that hasn’t changed — solar is still a much cleaner alternative to fossil fuels — a new crop of businesses in Pennsylvania is embracing solar power for more immediately pragmatic reasons.

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5 Ways You Can Benefit From a Home Energy Audit

A home energy audit checklist covers all the factors that affect the efficiency of your home. By completing this checklist, you can pinpoint improvements that will help conserve energy and reduce your utility bills. Recommendations may range from fixing small leaks and drafts to infrastructure upgrades, such as installing high-efficiency windows or a solar water heater.

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