Green Home, Harrisburg, NC

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Our current record for energy savings with a green home retrofit is a 70% reduction in energy costs.

The first time you heard “green home”, you may have thought it meant the people chose a green paint color for the exterior. While the terminology may be relatively new, the concept of an energy-efficient home is not. Here at AppleBlossom Energy, we are delighted that more homeowners in the Harrisburg, North Carolina area are looking for ways to conserve energy and lessen their carbon footprint.

Green Home in Harrisburg, North Carolina

Before air conditioning and central heating were invented and became popular, homes were built to provide shelter from more than rain and snow. They were built to be as cool in the summer and warm in the winter as possible. Somewhere along the line, however, the goals started changing, and energy-efficiency, while important, stepped down from being a high priority. With rising utility costs and raised awareness about the impact on the environment, we are again seeing more interest in what is now termed a “green home.”

We offer a variety of solutions for moving toward a green home, so you can enjoy more comfort, lower utility bills, improved health, and the pride of knowing you are helping the environment. To get started, all you need to do is call us to schedule a home energy audit, so we can determine your home’s potential. We then make recommendations, such as insulation and sealing services, as part of a whole-home retrofit to maximize your benefits. You can expect to see an average of 20 to 40 percent reduction in your home energy costs, but that is by no means the top potential. Our record to date was a 70 percent reduction, and we are constantly looking for someone to beat that record. Could it be you? Let’s find out – call us today!

At AppleBlossom Energy, we can help you achieve a green home in Charlotte, ConcordBelmontDavidson, Harrisburg, Huntersville, or Mooresville, North Carolina.