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The Battle of Thermopylae Redux: Why an Eco-boiler is Your Ultimate Green Warrior

In the tempestuous battlefield of domestic energy consumption, where the nefarious forces of waste and inefficiency run rampant, a new hero emerges. A champion in the arduous struggle against the unyielding tide of environmental destruction, a veritable Leonidas of the home front - the eco-boiler. The eco-boiler, a staunch guardian of heat and harmony, is to the traditional boiler what the Model T was to the horse-drawn carriage - a revelation, an evolution, a revolution.
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Estimated Savings of Installing Solar

With electricity costs rising every day, many people are turning to solar energy for cost savings. Learn about the estimated savings for installing solar below. High energy costs and environmental concerns have increasingly made homeowners consider using more affordable and environmentally friendly options.
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How to Prevent Condensation on Double Glazing

Do your double glazing windows keep steaming up? Most of us are aware that condensation builds up when the surface temperature of the window is cooler than the inside of the room. But did you know that condensation can also be a sign of a double glazing window in need of some maintenance? It's easy to assume that our windows will always be there for us, but they can and do get problems which need proper attention from time to time.
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A Look at Alternative Ways to Power Your Home

Britain has witnessed over the last few years just how unstable gas, oil and electricity charges can be. Trouble in a far-flung country might rapidly contribute to a jump in gas or oil costs at the opposite end of the utility chain - Mr Average utility bill payer sees his quarterly electricity and gas costs jump up in his typical home in the UK.
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Replacing your Windows for Energy Efficiency

Energy efficient windows are an important consideration for both new and existing homes. Heat gain and heat loss through windows are responsible for 25%-30% of residential heating and cooling energy use. If your existing windows are in good condition, taking steps to reduce the energy loss through windows can make your home more comfortable and save you money on energy bills. Energy efficient glazing helps reduce your carbon footprint and your energy bills, whether with double or triple glazing, secondary glazing, or just heavier curtains. Update Existing Windows to Improve EfficiencyIf your windows are in good condition, taking steps to improve their efficiency may be the most cost-effective option to increase the comfort of your home and save money on energy costs.
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Solar Manufacturers in Australia

At present, there are many movements that uphold environmental consciousness. Several non-profit organisations like DarkSky. org are emerging in the international scene in an active effort to reduce pollution and keep the skies clear at night.
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Add Some Fire to Your Life

With energy bills constantly on the rise and people finding it harder to make ends meet, the home is often now more a thing of function rather than beauty. There are many things which make a house a home, those little quirky touches that make it individual and special.

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Five Common Garden Lighting Mistakes

At last, temperatures are starting to rise and there's a definite feel of spring in the air. At this time of year, your thoughts might turn to your garden and any improvements you can make to ensure its shipshape for all those upcoming summer parties and barbeques. One great way to give your outdoor space a facelift is to introduce some lights.

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