T.W. Ellis Helps
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Upgrade to energy-efficient appliances. If your appliances are more
than a decade old, replacing them will not only improve the
aesthetics of your home but also lower your energy bills.
Kitchen appliances alone can
be responsible for more than
30 percent of home energy
Consider replacing traditional bulbs with LED lighting. An LED bulb
produces light 90 percent more efficiently than an incandescent.
LED lighting offers several advantages,
including flexibility, energy savings and a
longer life than traditional lighting options.
And unlike CFLs or other fluorescent bulbs,
LEDs have the familiar shape of
Every day, the average home consumes a large amount of water
that doesn’t need to be used. Simple fixes in your home can help
you cut your water usage and reduce your water bill.
Toilets are the biggest source of
water usage in the home. Even fairly
new toilets may not be as efficient as
the latest models, which use only
1.28 gallons per flush.
WaterSense-labeled showerheads, faucets and fixtures use at
least 20 percent less water than older models.
That can mean thousands of
gallons of water saved every year.
Smart faucets can also help you
regulate water usage.
Looking for leaks and improving your insulation will also help cut
energy bills. T.W. Ellis can help you find air leaks around your home
and address them by caulking and sealing problem areas.
Sometimes sealing around the
windows and doors isn’t enough. The
older your windows, the more likely
they are to be leaking air. Doors,
especially glass sliders, can be equally
There’s also a good chance you’re losing energy through your attic.
Improving insulation there can cut energy costs by up to 10 percent.
These improvements are just the
beginning of the ways T.W. Ellis can help
you make your home more sustainable.
There are countless possibilities to
reduce the environmental impact of your
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