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It can be challenging to know which home renovations will make the most impact. You want to increase the value of your home, improve functionality, and create beauty—all without breaking the bank. One of the most impactful, affordable upgrades you can make on your home is to increase energy efficiency. Going green benefits both you and the entire planet!

Raise Your Home Value

Today’s consumers are much more environmentally conscious. They want to do their part to create a better world for future generations. This means that energy efficiency is a hot commodity. Buyers want a home to be eco-friendly—for their pocketbook, for their consciences, and for the earth. Energy efficient appliances, solar panels, solar screens, and eco-friendly windows and doors can make a major impact on your home value.

Reduce Your Consumption

Eco-friendly home renovations can drastically reduce your energy and water consumption. Even more, these renovations can be relatively inexpensive. Saving water, especially in drought-prone areas, is of the utmost importance. You can do this simply by replacing old appliances and fixtures with water-saving models. Low-flow faucets and showerheads can help you save water. Additionally, reductions in energy consumption can also make a major difference. This can go from something as simple as changing all your lightbulbs to LED, to adding a smart thermostat, all the way to installing solar panels.

Save Money

The beauty of reducing energy and water consumption is that you get to help the planet and save money at the same time. Energy and water bills can skyrocket, especially during extreme temperatures. This can catch you off guard and put you in a real bind. It is important to find ways to limit your consumption. At the same time, when you spend money on home upgrades, you want a good return on your investment. Some of the best money savers include tankless water heaters, Energy Star-certified doors and windows, solar panels, metal roofs, and energy-efficient appliances. Also, don’t forget the yard. Upgrading your landscaping to include more hardscape and native plants is another way to reduce water consumption and save money.

If you want to improve your home, but aren’t sure how to make the most impact, start with making eco-friendly upgrades. It is a sure way to increase the value of your home, reduce your impact on the planet, and save you money at the same time. Few improvements get even close to being as meaningful in the long run.

Check out this article on how to avoid buyer’s remorse with a home improvement project!

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