• Invest In Residential Solar Energy To Make Your Bills More Delightful

    It is that time of year when the weather outside turns frightful, but with solar energy, your bills can be delightful. Whether you realize it or not, grid energy is more expensive than solar energy. It is estimated that the average cost of electricity is approximately $0.166 per kilowatt-hour. With solar energy, you are only paying around $0.06 to $0.08 per kilowatt-hour after you factor in certain discounts and the 30% federal tax credit you receive for using solar energy. [Read More]

  • 3 Ways To Improve The Efficiency Of Your Warehouse Lighting

    High bay lighting, which is also commonly known as warehouse lighting, can make a surprisingly substantial impact on the overhead costs of many businesses. Whether you operate a warehouse or another business that requires lighting installed on tall ceilings, it's worth considering how you can improve the efficiency and reduce the cost of your lighting. Far from being a simple matter of selecting some bulbs and moving on, high bay lights can be a major purchasing decision and long-term investment. [Read More]

  • 5 Reasons You Should Consider Solar System Installation

    When most people think of solar energy, they think of those large panels installed on roofs that convert sunlight into electricity. And while residential solar systems are a great way to generate renewable energy and reduce your carbon footprint, there are several other ways to take advantage of the sun's power. In fact, depending on your needs and where you live, any one of these five solar solutions might be a better fit for you: [Read More]

  • Six Things You Might Want To Do To Get Ready For The Delivery Of Your Propane

    Getting regular propane deliveries is important if you have numerous home appliances that run on propane. You might want to take care of a few tasks before each propane delivery to make sure that your deliveries go smoothly. The following are six things you might want to do to get ready for an upcoming delivery of propane.  Check your propane level Your propane supplier might want to know what your tank level is at before coming out for your delivery. [Read More]