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Going Green Tips from Trusted Professionals

Apr 21, 2017

Going Green Tips from Trusted Professionals

Most people these days are always looking for tips and tricks that will help them save money. And what if we told you that we had some for you that wouldn’t just help keep more money in your wallet, but that would also help save the planet in the meantime.

There are actually many ways you can save money and the Earth at the same time, and in honor of Earth Day this April 22, we wanted to create some great green tips you can use around the house and in your daily life that will also have positive results for your bank account.

Reducing Your Carbon Footprint carbon-footprint

The biggest piece of the puzzle when it comes to going green is reducing your carbon footprint, and there are thousands of things you can do to achieve this. For example, you can ride your bike to work instead of driving.

Around the house, you can turn off lights when you leave the room, upgrade to ENERGY STAR appliances, and get rid of energy-wasting incandescent bulbs.

You can also install a programmable thermostat, add more insulation to your house, and invest in renewable energies whenever possible.

Another important aspect of going green is reusing and recycling. Practicing these activities mean less waste in the landfills and fewer new products being created.

Celebrating Earth Day Every Day with Modern Technology

Water heater upgrades: If your house is currently equipped with an older storage tank water heater, then there’s a good chance it’s wasting as much as 20 percent of the energy it uses because of heat constantly escaping from the tank.

Not only that, but storage tank water heaters are less efficient because they’re always turning on to keep the water in the tank hot.


You can provide a better experience for your family, save money, and save plenty of energy every month by switching to a tankless water heater instead.

Plumbing upgrades: Plumbing upgrades you can consider in the bathroom and kitchen include low-flow toilets, faucets, and shower heads that will drastically reduce the amount of water that your household uses every year.

Water-efficient plumbing fixtures can save thousands of gallons of water per year by reducing the amount of water that the toilet uses per flush, and slowing the flow rate of water coming from the taps and showers.

Filtration upgrades: Installing a whole-home water filtration system may not seem like the most obvious tip for going green, but you can drastically cut your fossil fuel use by switching away from bottled water.

This is because plastic bottles use millions of barrels of oil per year, making bottled water a carbon-footprint heavy consumer choice. If you are concerned about the purity of the water coming out of your taps, just install a filtration system to replace the bottles.

This earth day, and every day, you can do your part for the planet by saving energy and water. If you have any questions, want more tips or information, or need to schedule an appointment with the experts, contact us at 317-881-7738 today for help.

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