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  • Green Living: Create More Green in Your Home

    1. 1. Green Living Sunday, February 15, 2009
    2. 2. Green Living Create More Green In Your Home Sunday, February 15, 2009
    3. 3. Green Living Create More Green In Your Home Created and Presented by Alyssa E. Roho Sunday, February 15, 2009
    4. 4. Green Is Growing Sunday, February 15, 2009
    5. 5. Green Is Growing Reduce Sunday, February 15, 2009
    6. 6. Green Is Growing Reduce Reuse Sunday, February 15, 2009
    7. 7. Green Is Growing Reduce Reuse Recycle Sunday, February 15, 2009
    8. 8. Green Is Growing Reduce Reuse Recycle Retrain Sunday, February 15, 2009
    9. 9. Green Is Growing Reduce Reuse Recycle Retrain Rethink Sunday, February 15, 2009
    10. 10. Green Is Growing Reduce Reuse Recycle Retrain Rethink Sunday, February 15, 2009
    11. 11. Why Green? Sunday, February 15, 2009
    12. 12. Why Green? Save money on lower utility bills Sunday, February 15, 2009
    13. 13. Why Green? Save money on lower utility bills Feel more comfortable in your home Sunday, February 15, 2009
    14. 14. Why Green? Save money on lower utility bills Feel more comfortable in your home Improve the value and marketability of your home Sunday, February 15, 2009
    15. 15. Increase Your Value Sunday, February 15, 2009
    16. 16. Increase Your Value According to the Appraisal Journal every $1 decrease in energy costs results in a $10 to $25 increase in home values. If this holds true, eliminating a $1200 annual electricity bill translates into at least a $12,000 increase in home price. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    17. 17. Green is NOW Sunday, February 15, 2009
    18. 18. Green is NOW The combined influence of: Sunday, February 15, 2009
    19. 19. Green is NOW The combined influence of: Concern for environmental disruption Sunday, February 15, 2009
    20. 20. Green is NOW The combined influence of: Concern for environmental disruption Diminishing fossil energy sources Sunday, February 15, 2009
    21. 21. Green is NOW The combined influence of: Concern for environmental disruption Diminishing fossil energy sources Skyrocketing and volatile energy costs Sunday, February 15, 2009
    22. 22. Green is NOW The combined influence of: Concern for environmental disruption Diminishing fossil energy sources Skyrocketing and volatile energy costs Opportunity of budding Green industry Sunday, February 15, 2009
    23. 23. Green is NOW Sunday, February 15, 2009
    24. 24. Green is NOW This confluence has created a tipping point in consumer interest. Consumers are demanding ways to save money, create a healthier environment in their home and the world, and include new Green innovations in their living environment. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    25. 25. Green Funding Sunday, February 15, 2009
    26. 26. Green Funding A wave of change and opportunity on Federal, State and local levels will now make inventive energy alternatives available for consumers in 2009. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    27. 27. Green Tax Credits Sunday, February 15, 2009
    28. 28. Green Tax Credits Former President Bush signed into law the “Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008” on 10/3/08. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    29. 29. Green Tax Credits Former President Bush signed into law the “Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008” on 10/3/08. This bill extended tax credits for energy home improvements (windows, doors, roofs, insulation, HVAC, and non-solar HWH). Sunday, February 15, 2009
    30. 30. Green Tax Credits Former President Bush signed into law the “Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008” on 10/3/08. This bill extended tax credits for energy home improvements (windows, doors, roofs, insulation, HVAC, and non-solar HWH). Most of these tax credits are only good for improvements made in 2009. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    31. 31. Green Funding Sunday, February 15, 2009
    32. 32. Green Funding One of the most exciting detail in the bill is for photovoltaic solar energy systems. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    33. 33. Green Funding One of the most exciting detail in the bill is for photovoltaic solar energy systems. As of December 31, 2008, the $2,000 credit cap has been lifted, and now a credit of 30% of the cost of the system, placed in service between 1/1/2008 and 12/31/16 can be received. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    34. 34. Greening PA Sunday, February 15, 2009
    35. 35. Greening PA Pennsylvania’s Alternative Energy Investment Act of 2008 (AEIA), signed into law by Governor Edward G. Rendell on July 9, 2008, is important legislation that provides long-term incentives for the development of alternative energy projects and programs across the Commonwealth. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    36. 36. Alternative Energy Investment Act Sunday, February 15, 2009
    37. 37. Alternative Energy Investment Act $100 million for consumer grants, loans, rebates and reimbursements of up to 25 percent of the purchase and installation price for energy conservation projects. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    38. 38. And more! Sunday, February 15, 2009
    39. 39. And more! $50 million to provide loans, grants and rebates of up to 35 percent of the purchase and installation costs of solar and solar photovoltaic panels. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    40. 40. Green is in Demand Sunday, February 15, 2009
    41. 41. Green is in Demand Buyers want lower utility bills and are looking at them more closely than in the past. Consumers know the PUC will lift PECO’s energy cap on December 31, and electric costs will increase 23%! Sunday, February 15, 2009
    42. 42. Green is in Demand Buyers want lower utility bills and are looking at them more closely than in the past. Consumers know the PUC will lift PECO’s energy cap on December 31, and electric costs will increase 23%! Lenders are more apt to loan money on a green home because it’s considered to have a better resale quality. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    43. 43. How Can We Green? Sunday, February 15, 2009
    44. 44. How Can We Green? Older homes in Philadelphia can reduce energy usage by at least 20% and up to 60%! Sunday, February 15, 2009
    45. 45. How Can We Green? Older homes in Philadelphia can reduce energy usage by at least 20% and up to 60%! (Calculate the value that energy reduction would create in your home!) Sunday, February 15, 2009
    46. 46. How Can We Green? Sunday, February 15, 2009
    47. 47. How Can We Green? Create dramatic reductions in utility bills with energy efficient water heaters, furnaces and air conditioning units, good insulation, and energy- efficient windows. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    48. 48. Where To Start? Sunday, February 15, 2009
    49. 49. Where To Start? Start by looking at your utility bills, and target an area you want to reduce. KEEP utility bills and subsequent bills to track your progress and prove your energy reduction. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    50. 50. Where To Start? Start by looking at your utility bills, and target an area you want to reduce. KEEP utility bills and subsequent bills to track your progress and prove your energy reduction. Improve the areas that cause the greatest discomfort. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    51. 51. Start Small Sunday, February 15, 2009
    52. 52. Start Small Buy a programmable thermostat. Costs $40 - $100, but will save you so much more. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    53. 53. Start Small Buy a programmable thermostat. Costs $40 - $100, but will save you so much more. Install lighting controls such as timers, dimmers, and occupancy sensors. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    54. 54. Small Starts Sunday, February 15, 2009
    55. 55. Small Starts Seal your ductwork edges with aluminum metal tape, and if the ductwork goes through unheated spaces, seal it with rolls of insulation, that is foil faced. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    56. 56. More Small Starts Sunday, February 15, 2009
    57. 57. More Small Starts Caulk window and door frames, skylights, wall and roof vents, edges of electrical outlets to seal the “envelope” of your building. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    58. 58. More Small Starts Caulk window and door frames, skylights, wall and roof vents, edges of electrical outlets to seal the “envelope” of your building. Sealing up the house for efficiency can increase the concentration of any existing pollutants. Make sure you have a carbon monoxide detector that has a UL (Underwriters Laboratory) 2034 Certification. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    59. 59. Outside starts Sunday, February 15, 2009
    60. 60. Outside starts Plant evergreens on the north side of your property to shield the house from winter storms. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    61. 61. Outside starts Plant evergreens on the north side of your property to shield the house from winter storms. Plant deciduous trees placed to the west and southwest of the house and patio for summer cooling. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    62. 62. Outside starts Sunday, February 15, 2009
    63. 63. Outside starts Plant native plants in any exposed soil. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    64. 64. Outside starts Plant native plants in any exposed soil. Place hanging plants to catch rain water from the porch roof. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    65. 65. Outside starts Plant native plants in any exposed soil. Place hanging plants to catch rain water from the porch roof. Create a rain garden! Sunday, February 15, 2009
    66. 66. Outside starts Sunday, February 15, 2009
    67. 67. Outside starts Replace concrete with permeable pavers. www.paversearch.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    68. 68. Outside starts Replace concrete with permeable pavers. www.paversearch.com Create an abundance of planters if you can’t remove the concrete. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    69. 69. Outside starts Replace concrete with permeable pavers. www.paversearch.com Create an abundance of planters if you can’t remove the concrete. Get a rain barrel to harvest rainwater and irrigate your garden. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    70. 70. Efficiency Purchases Sunday, February 15, 2009
    71. 71. Efficiency Purchases Windows Sunday, February 15, 2009
    72. 72. Efficiency Purchases Windows Windows with multiple argon-filled panes create an effective barrier. Vinyl and fiberglass frames transmit less heat to the outside and low-emissivity (low-E) coated class traps in heat waves from sun light. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    73. 73. Efficiency Purchases Sunday, February 15, 2009
    74. 74. Efficiency Purchases Doors Sunday, February 15, 2009
    75. 75. Efficiency Purchases Doors Newer Doors have multiple panes of insulated glass and are made with insulated materials like fiberglass, wood cladding and steel with a polyurethane core. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    76. 76. Efficiency Purchases Sunday, February 15, 2009
    77. 77. Efficiency Purchases Insulation Sunday, February 15, 2009
    78. 78. Efficiency Purchases Insulation Use soy-based foam spray to fill gaps between ceiling and wall of your basement. Add insulation made of cellulose (recycled newspaper) or cotton (old blue jeans to your attic floor and inside walls by cutting a hole in the plaster or sheetrock. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    79. 79. Efficiency Purchases Sunday, February 15, 2009
    80. 80. Efficiency Purchases Insulation Sunday, February 15, 2009
    81. 81. Efficiency Purchases Insulation Rigid insulation panels, Super-Tuff-R or Thermmax, can be cut with a utility knife and attached behind radiators to keep heat in your rooms, not your walls. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    82. 82. Efficiency Purchases Sunday, February 15, 2009
    83. 83. Efficiency Purchases Hot Water Heater Sunday, February 15, 2009
    84. 84. Efficiency Purchases Hot Water Heater If your HWH is reaching retirement age, replace it with a tankless instant-on system, which saves water and uses 25% less energy. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    85. 85. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    86. 86. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    87. 87. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    88. 88. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    89. 89. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    90. 90. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    91. 91. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    92. 92. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    93. 93. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    94. 94. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    95. 95. Payback Return on Added Annual 10 Year GREEN 'Tune-Up' Time in Investment Cost: SAVINGS SAVINGS Years: (ROI): Programmable 0.6 $115 $180 $1,800 156.5% Thermostat Standby Power 0.8 $20 $24 $240 120% Reduction Compact Fluorescent 0.8 $60 $80 $800 133.3% Lighting Hot Water Heater 0.8 $25 $30 $300 120% 'Blanket' Shower Heads 0.9 $180 $300 $3,000 111.1% Heating System Tune-up 1.1 $200 $180 $1,800 90% Seal Duct Leaks 1.5 $450 $300 $3,000 66.7% Dishwasher 1.5 $20 $13 $130 65% Water Filters 1.9 $200 $104 $1,040 52% Water Efficient Toilets 2.0 $50 $25 $250 50% Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    96. 96. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    97. 97. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    98. 98. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    99. 99. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    100. 100. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    101. 101. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    102. 102. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    103. 103. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    104. 104. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    105. 105. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    106. 106. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    107. 107. Payback Added Annual 10 Year Return on GREEN Remodel Time in Cost SAVINGS SAVINGS Investment Years (ROI): Solar Path and Garden 2.1 $375 $176 $1,760 46.9% Lights Windows 2.3 $700 $300 $3,000 42.9% Skylights 2.3 $70 $30 $300 42.9% Insulated Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Basement Walls 2.5 $750 $300 $3,000 40% Insulated Ducts 2.5 $450 $180 $1,800 40% Solar Attic Fan 2.5 $500 $200 $2,000 40% Replacement Light 2.7 $108 $40 $400 37% Fixtures Toxic Free Paints 2.8 $70 $25 $250 35.7% Faucets 3 $300 $100 $1,000 33.3% Water Heater 3.1 $150 $48 $480 32% Replacement Provided by GreenAndSave.com Sunday, February 15, 2009
    108. 108. Expanding Energy Sunday, February 15, 2009
    109. 109. Expanding Energy Energy is all around us, and we can learn to harness and direct it to support our goals. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    110. 110. Expanding Energy Energy is all around us, and we can learn to harness and direct it to support our goals. Energy makes a difference when selling a home, for it is the unseen force that is either readable from a utility bill or felt on a subtle level. Sunday, February 15, 2009
    111. 111. Expanding Energy Energy is all around us, and we can learn to harness and direct it to support our goals. Energy makes a difference when selling a home, for it is the unseen force that is either readable from a utility bill or felt on a subtle level. Further enhance your home with a free Feng Shui analysis of your home! Sunday, February 15, 2009
    112. 112. Alyssa E. Roho Associate Broker, E-Pro, ASP, Green Prudential, Fox & Roach, Realtors Chestnut Hill Office O: 215-247-3750 C: 267-250-2857 Leading-edge ideas for the highest level of service. www.AlyssaRoho.com Sunday, February 15, 2009

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