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Energy efficiency is no longer enough for most homebuilders or renovators. Most homeowners now want energy efficiency, whether for budget savings measures, to be environmentally friendly, or a combination of both. There are endless ways to work this into your home's plans, and Gerard Construction can help you achieve your energy efficiency goals, whatever your motivation may be.

Choose energy-efficient windows.

Energy-efficient windows can help to keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, which can save you money on your energy bills.

Insulate your home properly.

Insulation helps to keep heat in during the winter and cool air in during the summer. Make sure that your attic, walls, and floors are properly insulated.

Use smart apps to control your home's energy usage.

Smart apps allow you to control your home's thermostat, lights, and appliances from anywhere. This can help you to save energy by turning off lights and appliances when you're not home.

Install energy-efficient appliances.

Energy-efficient appliances use less energy than traditional appliances, which can save you money on your energy bills.

Consider your home's orientation.

The orientation of your home can affect its energy efficiency. For example, a home that faces south will receive more sunlight in the winter, which can help to keep it warm.

By following these tips, you can build an energy-efficient home that will save you money on your energy bills and reduce your environmental impact. Contact Gerard Construction today to learn more about how we can help you build an energy-efficient custom home.





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