What source of energy will you use to heat your home? Do you want a water tank or a tankless water heater? Learn more about your options.

Water Treatment Alternatives To Bottled Water

9 April 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Getting bottled water can be convenient— you don't have to do much to get fresh water delivered to your home or workplace. However, the environmental impact can be heavy with the costs of producing plastic bottles and transporting them to you. There are a few sustainable water treatment options that also require very little effort from you. Here are some convenient alternatives to bottled water.  Water Pitchers A filtered water pitcher takes little involvement from you, and although they involve disposable filters, the impact of this is much smaller than daily water bottle disposal. Read More …

How To Remove Water Stains From Your Wood Paneling

7 April 2016
 Categories: , Blog

If your home or basement was recently flooded, even after the water has retreated, you still have plenty of cleanup to do. If you have wood paneling in your basement or primary house level that now has water stains on it, you may be able to get rid of the water stains without removing and replacing the wood paneling.  Supplies You are going to need to go down to your local hardwood store and purchase some oxalic acid. Read More …

Three Simple Ways To Implement Solar Energy In Your Office

6 April 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If there is one big expense your office faces, it is probably the power bill. Electricity used to power all of the necessary equipment, lighting, and everything else in your business office is bound to keep the meter spinning and those big bills showing up. Even though you may wish you could just convert totally to solar power, making all the necessary upgrades and adjustments can be a costly endeavor. If you want to cut the costs of your office's power bill through the use of solar power, there are a few creative and simple ways you can implement solar energy into the space. Read More …

Owner-Operators: How You Pay For Your Fuel Can Reduce Your Costs

4 April 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

As a truck owner-operator, one thing that you probably spend a whole lot of money on is your diesel fuel. Depending on how many miles you drive each day, you might spend thousands of dollars each month on fuel for your rig. You probably already know about some of the ways that you can preserve fuel, such as by ensuring that your truck is in good condition and by maintaining a reasonable speed. Read More …

Spring Cleaning Tips To Make Sure The Mice Don’t Take Up Residence In Your Home

30 March 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you have had a mice problem in the past, you need to be especially vigilant with your spring cleaning to ensure that you don't get mice again. Here are a few things you need to do during your spring cleaning spree to insure that the mice leave you alone.  Check The Outside Of Your House  The first thing you need to do is see if there are any holes or areas where mice could get into your home outside of your home. Read More …

About Me
what power source is best for your home?

There are so many things to consider when building a new home. What source of energy will you use to heat your home? Do you want a water tank or a tankless water heater? Will the water heater that you choose be powered by electricity or gas? What is the best power source to use to do your best to protect the environment from greater harm? My blog will show you what your options are and what options are least damaging to the environment. What you learn here will help you make an educated decision about the power source for your home.