Making your home more energy-efficient could be the key to saving yourself money and making your home more valuable. While little things like changing out the lightbulbs and unplugging appliances when not in use can make a difference, there are plenty of other things that you can do to make a difference around your home beyond just that. Consider some of the following when making your decision on what upgrades to go with.

Windows

Old, worn out windows aren’t nearly as efficient as new windows are. Even a small draft around the seal could end up costing you a small fortune each month. By investing in new, energy-efficient windows, you can ensure the seal is solid and air inside stays inside. This means that the temperature inside of your home won’t be affected by the cool temps outside. A double-pane window can do more for your home than what you might think.

Roofing

Cool roofs contain a material with special pigments that are adept at reflecting sunlight. They also don’t absorb as much heat as a traditional roof. These roofs can reflect about four times the amount of sunlight as that of a standard roof. Since the roofing material reflects the sun, you don’t have to worry about the inside of your home heating up. This means the temperature inside remains where you want it and you can save on your energy bill. Read more about our roofing services.

Stucco and Wall Paint

Roofing If you are looking for a way to revamp the exterior of your home, you might want to look into Stucco or Wall Paint. The paint features pigments that are effective in reducing the harmful effects of the sun, thus reducing the temperature of the exterior walls by as much as 40 degrees. In doing so, you won’t need to run your air conditioner as often, thus saving money on repairs and your energy bill. The paint is also more durable and tends to last longer than traditional exterior paint. Because it is 10x as thick as traditional paint, only a licensed party can apply it.

Turf

Many people don’t realize how much goes into keeping their lawn in top shape. By swapping out the grass for turf, you can save money on your water bill each month and reduce time spent watering, seeding, mowing, edging and weeding. Turf helps increase the value of your property and enhance curb appeal, making it one of the best improvements for your home.

When it comes to these energy-efficient home improvement solutions, you are sure to love just how many benefits they have to offer you. Saving money is simple when you start making changes around your home and going green. Contact our team of specialists to go over some of the options available to you to help save energy around your property today.