Reno, NV (PRWEB) October 12, 2007
HomeOpinion.com Debuts Energy Savings Tool for Homeowners
- Homeopinion.com's team recently built a tool that calculates a homeowner's precise yearly energy savings based on their current energy expenditures, appliances and home lighting sources. The tool is available at HomeOpinion.com's website (http://www.homeopinion.com/energy_efficiency_quiz).
- Savings categories include lighting, heating, siding, roof, windows and an estimate of the cost to upgrade.
- The diagnosis includes a calculation of how much CO2 the homeowner currently produces per year and how updating to more energy-efficient appliances and lighting can significantly reduce their CO2 output.
- The tool outlines in concrete terms the environmental impact that home energy efficiency updates can have to motivate homeowners to reduce their consumption and lead more environmentally conscious lives while saving money in the process.
Quotes, attributable to Aurelie Guerrieri, HomeOpinion.com spokesperson
- HomeOpinion.com realizes that leading a "greener" lifestyle is important to the future of the environment. That's why we've created a tool that not only calculates CO2 emissions, but gives users a better idea of how they can save energy and money at the same time.
- Basically, we've created a tool that allows users to pinpoint the areas of their homes that are, one, costing them more than they should be and, two, emitting high levels of CO2 which can be harmful to the environment. The energy saving calculator helps homeowners understand how to save money while positively affecting the environment.
- Our goal is to provide a tool that enables homeowners to become both economically and environmentally conscious when it comes to their homes. HomeOpinion.com's energy savings calculator does exactly that by calculating energy costs and CO2 emissions.
HomeOpinion.com offers homeowners a place to connect with each other, get new ideas and share home experiences online. Through the commonalities of their experiences, homeowners can more fully explore the home renovation process. For more information, visit http://www.homeopinion.com.
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