As energy costs steadily rise, there is one question everyone is wondering…how can I make my house more efficient and save on my energy costs? Some people are making small changes in their home to reduce the emission of green house gases, while others are doing it solely to cut back on their energy bills. Either way, it is a win-win scenario that benefits you and the environment. Many households could save up to 40% on their household energy bills by implementing simple and inexpensive energy efficiency improvements.
Savings: Energy efficient homes can save up to 40% off annual energy costs and as energy prices continue to rise, your new home system will save you even more money.
Awareness: A home Inergy audit takes the guesswork out of home energy improvements by identifying previously unseen problems and providing sensible solutions with the greatest payback.
Independence: Never again will you be subject to skyrocketing utility rates, black outs, brown outs, or any other inconvenience you commonly associate with big power companies.
Tax Incentives: Take advantage of new tax incentives! The 2005 Federal Energy Bill offers tax credits for exemplary residential efficiency purchases in 2006 and 2007. For existing houses, the available credits are 10% of the improvement cost for many measures, including insulation.
Why One Stop Green?
• We believe making decisions about energy efficient improvements should be easy, so we provide everything you need from start to finish.
• Our goal of creating independence from inefficiency is the keystone of our existence.
• We work with only the best products and contractors who specialize in design, installation, and efficient home building
The One Stop Green Experts
The One Stop Green team is quality-driven, experienced, and trustworthy home energy efficiency experts that specialize in designing and implementing customized solutions to fit any budget within any size home.
Our extensive supply of systems and solutions is only possible by maintaining a strong network of product specialist and green home-building professionals.