Category: Indoor Energy Efficiency Tips

What to Do After Your Home Energy Assessment​ Posted by Wattson on Mar 22, 2018

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This blog was originally published on October 27, 2014 and has been updated for relevant information. Congratulations! You’ve started on the path to energy efficiency by completing a home energy audit. This is the first step to a more efficient home - and lower monthly energy bills. After your thorough inspection, your energy aud...

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The Best Brands of Ductless Mini Split Systems For MA Homes Posted by Wattson on Mar 18, 2018

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Looking for a simple way to control the temperature in your home while saving some money? Ductless mini splits are affordable, energy-efficient, and don’t take up much space. They allow you to heat or cool only the rooms you use, and they can easily be controlled with a smartphone app or remote. If you’re considering installing a...

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What You Can Expect from a Home Energy Assessment Posted by Wattson on Mar 8, 2018

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Are you ready to start saving energy in your home? If you’ve been looking to be more energy-efficient, you’ve probably heard about the Mass Save home energy assessment designed to help homeowners locate areas of inefficiency in their homes and make energy-efficient upgrades. If you want a more efficient home, a home energy audit ...

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How a Home Energy Assessment Can Help You Save Money Posted by Wattson on Feb 22, 2018

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Have you been considering a Mass Save home energy assessment? You’ve heard about the process and you’ve been promised that getting an assessment will save you money, but what does that really mean? How does an assessment save you money, and is it really worth it? The Assessment During a home energy assessment, an energy audito...

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Why Energy Bills Are So High in Western MA Posted by Wattson on Feb 8, 2018

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If you’ve lived in New England, even for a short time, you know the weather here is unpredictable. For example: in winter you may find yourself hunkering down for a snowstorm or outside enjoying 70-degree weather, resulting in fluctuations in your energy bills. When these expenses get out of hand, it's oftentimes best to address the...

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Save Money This Winter With Mass Save Energy Rebates Posted by Wattson on Oct 19, 2017

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Are you ready to start saving energy, money, and the environment this winter? Let’s face it: keeping a home warm through the winter is not an easy task. If your solution is simply to blast the heat for three months straight, you’re going to waste a lot of energy - and wasted energy means higher bills. So how can you make sure yo...

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How Much Does it Cost to Insulate a Home? Posted by Wattson on Oct 10, 2017

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When you add insulation to your home, you’ll not only enjoy a more comfortable home throughout the year, but you could also save on your monthly heating and cooling bills. Here’s what you need to know about the cost to insulate, the types of insulation available -- along with which areas of your home you’ll get the most bang ...

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AC Alternatives for the Environmentally Friendly Posted by Wattson on Aug 24, 2017

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Without a doubt, air conditioning has allowed people across the globe some much-needed relief from the heat. With it, we’re able to live in hotter regions comfortably, can enjoy full-length movies at the theater during hot summer nights, and are able to drive to and from work without having to pack a daily change of clothing.  Mode...

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How to Identify Signs of Carbon Monoxide in Homes in MA Posted by Wattson on Aug 21, 2017

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Every year, about 430 people die from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning in the US. Carbon monoxide, or CO, is a deadly gas that can kill people before they even know it’s there. What is CO poisoning, what are the signs of carbon monoxide in homes, and is it preventable? Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: What is it? You’ve probably he...

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The Benefits of a Ductless HVAC System for MA Homeowners Posted by Wattson on Aug 14, 2017

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If there's one thing Massachusetts homeowners know, it's how to handle the weather. From hot and muggy summers to cold and snowy winters, staying comfortable inside takes a bit of work. If you're looking for a better way to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter--while also saving a bit of cash--it's time to take a look at the...

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