Going Green in 2020
Going green is not only is a lifestyle better for the planet, but it can also save you some serious green. Here are a few impactful ways that you can lower your carbon footprint to slash your energy bill.
Set the Water Heater to a Lower Temperature
Some household appliances can quietly drain a lot of electricity. If you are looking to lower your energy bills, reduce your water heater temperature. By dialing down the thermostat to 120 degrees, you stand to keep a lot of extra money in your bank account every month. Also, consider installing a tankless water heater. Although a tankless system may initially cost more money, it’ll gradually pay for itself in savings.
Invest in Solar Panel
The sun has always been a free, reliable source of energy. Now is the perfect time to invest in solar energy. Unlike fossil fuels, solar power is a renewable energy source that doesn’t produce any greenhouse gases. After adding solar panels to your home, you stand to reduce your carbon footprint dramatically. Of course, solar-powered homes don’t consume nearly as much electricity. This is a big financial benefit. Available tax incentives give you more reason to install a solar power system.
Raise a Garden
With today’s society being so commercialized, most people rely on the supermarket to provide their produce. Starting a garden at home is a great way to go green. From cabbage to potatoes, you can grow a wide variety of different vegetables. When going grocery shopping, look forward to spending a lot less money. Homegrown foods are also a lot safer to eat. They aren’t exposed to any potentially harmful chemicals.
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