The world is constantly changing, and it’s our job to help preserve it as much as possible. Making your home eco-friendly can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Start with small steps and incorporate bigger ones to help reduce your carbon footprint over time. Read below to find out four simple ways to make your home eco-friendly!

Solar Panels

Solar energy is much cleaner and more sustainable than traditional energy. Solar power also works during a drought or heat wave. Conventional energy uses large amounts of water for cooling. Heat waves or severe droughts put electricity generation at risk. But solar power doesn’t need water to generate electricity. Another plus is that no greenhouse gases are emitted from solar panels. Installing them can help homeowners save money, become more independent with their energy, and feel great about making a conscious choice to be more environmentally responsible! 

Compost Station

 Composting is the natural process of recycling organic matter, such as leaves and food scraps, into a valuable fertilizer that can enrich the soil. Choose whether you want to make your compost space indoors or outdoors. If you choose to have it inside, you’ll need a bin. If you want it outside, you can choose to keep it in a container or start it on the dirt ground. Once it’s set up, you can start throwing all kinds of scraps in there. Some examples include egg shells, peels, fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grounds, paper towels, and stale crackers. The list goes on and on. When you compost, you’re not only enriching your soil but also reducing the emission of methane from landfills. This helps to lower your carbon footprint!

LED Lightbulbs

LED stands for light-emitting diode. LED lights can increase energy savings by up to 90%. They are also extremely long-lasting. LED bulbs can last anywhere from 25,000 - 50,000+ hours! Traditional Incandescent bulbs last a measly 1,000 - 2,500 hours. Choosing LED lighting can help your home run more efficiently while helping you save money!


Create a bin specifically for recycling to help incorporate it into your daily life. The best place to put it is your kitchen, where most waste is produced. Once it is filled, have a couple more bins to separate the recycled products. Label the containers to make the sorting a quick and easy process every time. Many people think of recycling as a hassle, but with a little commitment, it can become second nature quicker than you’d think. There are so many different benefits of recycling. It reduces waste sent to landfills, prevents pollution, conserves natural resources, and so much more!

Energy Efficient Windows

Energy efficient windows prevent the escape of cool air from buildings and reduce heat transfer both ways. The increased insulation of these windows reduces home energy usage and provides comfort and soundproofing. ENERGY STAR windows lower energy bills and carbon footprints by 12% nationwide compared with non-certified products. Energy-efficient windows offer the beauty, strength, and thermal efficiency you can rely on to protect your property all year.

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