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How we manage it today will affect nearly every aspect of our future.

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Home Energy Savings Made Easy

EcoForce is a one-stop resource for all of your home efficiency needs – including Electricity, Gas, and Water.   Learn more about some of the most common ways to reduce your energy bills and how much organizations like energy.gov and Energy Star project typical home savings to be.  The best thing is that all of these product categories are eligible for HERO Financing.

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Central Air Conditioning

The most efficient air conditioners today use 30-50% less energy as air conditioners from the mid 1970’s. Even replacing a 10 year old air conditioner has the potential to save...
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Programmable Thermostat

According to Energy Savers, homeowners can save 5-15% of heating and cooling costs just by changing the temperature 10-15 degrees for 8 hours per day.
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Furnace

Replacing an existing 60% AFUE furnace with a 90% AFUE furnace can save you 33% on your heating costs!
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Duct Sealing

A typical US home loses 20% of heated or cooled air through leaks, holes and poorly connected ducts, and energy contractors report seeing some homes with 50-80% leakage.
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Weatherizing Your Home

For particularly “leaky” homes, air infiltration may account for 30 percent or more of the home’s heating and cooling costs and contribute to moisture, dust, insect and other issues with...
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Ducts

Ducts are often are hidden in the attic, crawlspace and walls where they may or may not be insulated properly.
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Radiant Heating and Cooling

Radiant heating systems supply heat directly to the floor or to panels in the wall or ceiling of a house.  Radiant heating is more efficient than baseboard heating and usually...
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Exterior Windows

High efficiency windows can help eliminate cold drafts in winter and leaking air conditioning in the summers and keep your home’s temperature more consistently comfortable
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Doors

If you have older doors in your home, replacing them might be a good investment, resulting in lower heating and cooling costs.
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Window Film

Energy Savers recommends that east-facing and west-facing windows can benefit most from using window film.
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Attic Insulation

When considering insulation, the attic is generally the first place to start, as most of your heat will rise and go through your ceiling to the attic if there is...
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Wall Insulation

After attic insulation, wall insulation is the next most popular and effective place to put insulation when it comes to increasing the energy efficiency of your home.
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Floor Insulation

Insulating the floor over a crawl space requires taking into consideration moisture control and whether you have a vented or unvented crawl space.
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Reflective Insulation and Radiant Barriers

Radiant barriers are installed in the attic to reflect radiant heat that comes in through the roof so it has less of an opportunity to heat the attic.
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Attic Fans

Attic fans are used during the heat of the day to remove superheated air from the attic by drawing cool air in from outside through the vents and pushing the...
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Cool Roof Systems

According to Energy Star, Energy Star qualified roof products can lower roof surface temperatures by up to 100 degrees.
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Cool Wall Coatings & Paints

Cool wall systems are applied to a building’s exterior wall and are highly solar reflective.
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High Efficiency Pool Pump

An ENERGY STAR certified pool pump can run at different speeds and be programmed to match the pool operation with its appropriate pool pump speed.
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Natural Gas Pool Heater

A five to ten year old gas pool heater may be 70-75% efficient, while a ten to twenty year old heater may be 60-65% efficient.
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Lighting Fixtures

Energy Star Qualified light fixtures are required to use 25% or less of the energy used by equivalent standard light fixtures.
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Tankless Water Heater

Tankless water heaters only heat water when you are ready to use it, but they are able to continuously heat water so that no one runs out of water when...
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Natural Gas Water Heater

According toEnergy Star, an Energy Star qualified model will usually save about $30 per year, or $360 over the water heater’s average 13-year lifetime.
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Gas Condensing Water Heater

Instead of venting the combustion gases directly outside, those gases are captured and utilized to heat the water even more.
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Electric Heat Pump Water Heater

For those homes using electricity to heat their water, an electric heat pump storage water heater can be a more efficient source of water heating.
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Rain Water Catchement

An inch of rainfall on a 1,000-square-foot house produces about 600 gallons of water.
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Drip Irrigation

Drip irrigation is a highly efficient irrigation system that slowly waters the soil directly around the base of individual plants through small pipes and emitters.
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Weather Based Irrigation Control

Experts estimate that up to 50% of residential landscaping irrigation is wasted due to over-watering from inefficient irrigation systems.
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Sprinkler and Pressure Regulators

Because more penetrates the ground, rotating sprinkler nozzles with pressure regulating devices are estimated to use 20% less water than conventional spray heads.
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High Efficiency Toilets

If your toilet is from 1992 or earlier, you probably have an inefficient model that uses at least 3.5 gallons per flush.
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Hot Water Delivery System

As is well known, a fair amount of water is usually wasted while waiting for hot water to come through the tap.
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