by Lee Wyatt
(last updated June 28, 2013)
Who doesn't want to make their lives a little "greener" today? After all, if you can make your home as energy efficient as possible, then you will not only reduce your carbon footprint you will also reduce your monthly expenses. The trick to getting started on this road to a more energy wise home though is for you begin evaluating home energy efficiency. Many of the tests you can do yourself, and can actually do in less than an hour. While these initial tests will not tell you everything it will tell you the basics of what needs to be done, or even if something needs to be done at all. Here are some of the basic evaluation strategies that you can use yourself, and a little bit of information about what a specialist can do for you.
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