Clean and Green: A Commitment to Sustainable Energy Solutions

Clean and Green: A Commitment to Sustainable Energy Solutions
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    If you're truly committed towards greening the earth, I would firmly direct you to patronize companies that themselves have pioneered ways to, for instance, save energy, reuse and recycle, and have devised other such methods to do good for the planet.

    It been said many times, over and over again: If we don't do anything to save our planet now, our world is likely to come to a sad end.

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Everyone’s got to do their part to take care of the environment, and that means people should start being more responsible about buying and using only products made by manufacturers that have the same commitment towards conservation and preservation as we ourselves have.

If you’re truly committed towards greening the earth, I would firmly direct you to patronize companies that themselves have pioneered ways to, for instance, save energy, reuse and recycle, and have devised other such methods to do good for the planet. In home improvement, it’s important not just to study home building trends, but also to look at new products in the market that are bound to benefit us all.

Responsible manufacturers in the building industry are now looking at five key things that can make a world of difference (pun intended) to our lives. These include:

  • The Reduction of Carbon Emissions
    An average American home emits far more carbon emissions than does an average car, according to data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. How, then, can you reduce your carbon footprint? Truth is, not everyone is suited to living totally off the grid, or amenable to moving into a tiny house – as much as tiny houses are all the rage these days. More realistically, homeowners should look to install superior and long-lasting products in their homes, such as windows that are energy-efficient and made of recyclable materials, among other things.
  • Improvement of Indoor Air Quality
    Another rising problem we’ve simply got to get a grip on is our poor indoor air quality, which is reportedly one of our country’s top five health hazards today. Use products that are proven to improve air quality in the home by replacing old components such as windows to ones that can better help keep the air you breathe clean.

    Some more ideas on reducing energy use and costs in the home.

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  • The Wise Use of Materials
    Go for products that make not just good use, but the best use of resources. Choose brands that make superior materials from recycled or reclaimed components, for example. Also, choose products that help improve energy efficiency in the home, such as low-e glass, which helps regulate heat transfer and blocks out harmful UV rays.
  • The Smart Use of Energy
    Are your windows, doors, roof, sidings – all the different components of your home – designed with energy efficiency in mind? Find brands that are highly energy-efficient and can help you save at least 25% of your energy costs while keeping you and your home comfortable.
  • Long Product Life Cycles
    Enough of those ordinary generic products that break down and get thrown away in just a few years. Spare our landfills by investing in superior products that won’t just last, but can also be recycled or repurposed after their expected lifespans come to an end, like Renewal by Andersen windows, for example.

 

It’s way past the time that we should have begun to take affirmative action in preserving the precious few natural resources which we have left. But still, for the sake of future generations, it’s better we choose to act now, than not at all.

Author Bio:
Alex Esler works as Marketing Manager for Renewal by Andersen, the window replacement subsidiary of Andersen Corporation, a company that has revolutionized the window and door business for over 110 years. Their local, family-owned offices in Southern New England, Greater Philadelphia, and Colorado make up the largest replacement window company in a network of 100 Renewal by Andersen Dealers. Always eager to help, and known to maintain a positive outlook in life, Alex remains driven and inspired by her work and the causes she cares about, such as promoting earth-friendly products.

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