"Going Green" is a popular buzzword, but what does it mean for your home?
Houses today use energy 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. They are never "turned off." Every time you have the lights on, fire-up the heating and cooling system, take a hot shower, or use an appliance you are tapping into your home's energy. In fact, residential energy accounts for 20% of the country's greenhouse gas emissions.
Our goal is to work with you to pinpoint ways that you can save energy - and money - while reducing your need for fossil fuels. By making changes to your lifestyle - and your home - you can use less energy and water. Even simple changes can make your home healthier and more energy efficient.
Crossfield has worked with many of your friends and neighbors to help them "go green." Here are some ideas and tips to help you get started.