Eco-Friendly Energy Washington DC

Local resource for eco-friendly energy in Washington. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to green home accessories and energy efficient appliances, as well as advice and content on going green.

Home Rule
(202) 797-5544
1807 14th St NW
Washington, DC
Mgc Limited
(202) 554-2875
300 D St SW
Washington, DC
Design Within Reach
(202) 265-5640
1838 Columbia Rd NW
Washington, DC
Tradition Be France
(202) 625-1919
Washington, DC
Value Furniture World
(202) 723-3900
4618 14th St NW
Washington, DC
Apartment Zero Inc
(202) 628-4067
406 7th St
Washington, DC
Dsa Associates
(202) 863-0350
300 D St SW
Washington, DC
Crate & Barrel
(202) 364-6500
4820 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC
Edison Sales
(202) 526-6950
2626 Bladensburg Rd NE
Washington, DC
American Eye
(202) 554-5744
300 D St SW
Washington, DC

Budget-Friendly & Eco-Friendly Solutions

When it comes to going green, you don’t have to spend a lot of green to make an impact. There are tons of ways to make great renovations in your home without blowing your budget out of the water. Inexpensive, in this situation, doesn’t mean cheap at all. In fact, many of the renovations that you will find available will likely look pricey and luxurious, not cheap and simple. Start by determining what your budget is, and what areas of the home you want to focus on. Knowing these things will help you place priority on the ideas that you find for green remodeling on a budget.

Don't Break the Bank 
Everyone knows to change light bulbs and other fixtures that are not so energy-savvy. CFL bulbs save people hundreds or thousands of dollars every year on their energy costs, and save hassle as well. They give better light and last for up to 2 years, saving the hassle of the monotonous light bulb changing rituals that we’re all accustomed to. Here are some inexpensive (and NOT cheap) ways to spruce up your home for the environment’s sake.

  1. 1. Change over to a digital thermostat if you haven’t yet. Doing this will allow you to control the temperature in your home better. Also, on this note, turn it up a few degrees from where you normally keep it. you won’t notice much of a change and you’ll save a few bucks.

  2. 2. Wash laundry in cold water. There are plenty of detergent products today designed for cold water use if you prefer them. Normal detergents work fine, also. The point is that about 85% of the energy costs of laundry appliances are in heating the water.

  3. 3. Put a lock on your hot water heater, and turn the temperature down lower. You can buy a piece that will lock the temperature into place where you set it, so that you can only use so much hot water at a time. Then, you’ll learn to use less water and decrease all kinds of bills.

  4. 4. Caulk. Learn how to use it, learn to love it. Whenever you hav...

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