Energy Conservation in the Home
Energy Conservation in the Home
Energy waste in the home has potentially serious implications for the environment. This is because it requires additional natural resources in order to produce more energy than is actually needed. Consuming these resources, such as coal or oil, in turn leads to more pollution in the form of smog and acid rain. In addition, there is also the threat of global warming due to the greenhouse gasses that come from burning fossil fuels to produce energy. Conserving energy, on the other hand, not only protects the environment but also the household budget. Saving money in the form of reduced utility bills is the immediate benefit of energy conservation in the home, which makes conservation mutually beneficial for residents and the environment.
- Energy Conservation and Home Improvement: The city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, offers information about how to save energy on their Systems Planning page.
- The Energy Guy: Learn about how energy is used and how to save it here.
- Cloverdale Housing: Readers who are interested in learning about housing issues in Cloverdale, California, can visit the city's website here.
- Energy and Home Repair Links: The School Environment Education Directory website, or SEED, has a list of curriculum resources about energy conservation that are suitable for levels 7 and 8.
- Hector Albizo's Home Improvement and Tech-Related Links: Students and their parents will find links to technology-related subjects on the Irvington High School website.
- Energy Conservation Education: Visit the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point website for information about the Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program.
- Science and Home Repair Resources: Go to Tim Bittrick's page on Seven Oaks Elementary School's website for a list of science-related links.
- Science/Social Studies: Educating fourth-graders about electricity, geography, and astronomy is the subject of this page by the Haverford Township school district.
- Great Websites for Home Improvement and Energy Resources: People interested in energy-related pages will find useful links on the Haltom Middle School website. Conservation, coal power, and geothermal energy are some of the subjects covered here.
- Cool Solutions 2016: Visit the Cool Davis website for a list of links related to sustainable living, energy conservation, climate change, and similar subjects. Along the top of the page, readers will find links to news, events, and other resources.
- Mesothelioma Guide An advocacy organization dedicated to helping patients diagnosed with asbestos illnesses.
- Mesothelioma Cancer Information Mesothelioma dot net is one of the largest online resources on mesothelioma cancer and occupational safety.
- Real Estate and Home Repair Links: HCC Real Estate offers readers a list of online resources about a wide variety of homeowner-related subjects. These resources range from loans to flood insurance, appraisals, taxes, property codes, the environment, and Realtor websites.
- National and Local Homes: Go to the Betancourt Properties website for a list of housing-related links. Interested visitors will find links to information about auctions, Fannie Mae, commercial properties, apartment-searching resources, and more.
- TLS Appraisal Service: TLS Appraisal Service offers a large list of links related to the real estate industry on their website.
- Real Estate Information: Read information about home listings on the Nancy Marshall Real Estate Group website.
- How Can an Owner of a Home Repair Water Damage? Water damage can be a serious problem that requires immediate attention. Those who are interested in reading about repairing water damage will find useful information in this article on the Waterlink Services website, which discusses the steps involved, including discovering where the water damage came from, informing one's insurance company, drying out the affected area, and beginning the task of home repairs.
- How Could a Free $50K Improve Your Home? Let's Count the Ways!: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices features information about their $50,000 Love Your Home Sweepstakes and what you could do with the money if you won.
- Urban Development: Rehabilitation: Those interested in financial aid for home improvements will find this article by the city of Lincoln, Nebraska, interesting.