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Motion Sensors, Lighting Controls, Lighting Fixture Installations

Motion Sensors, Lighting Controls, Lighting Fixture Installations

Roughly 12% of your energy dollars are spent on lighting your home. Consider replacing existing light fixtures with energy efficient alternatives; motion sensors, timer switches and even dimmers can help to reduce your lighting costs. If you are looking for Fluorescent Lighting options, we can help.

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Fans and Ventilation

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Installation of Bathroom Exhaust Fans, Ceiling Fans and Continuous Exhaust Fans

Looking to replace your old ceiling fan or bathroom exhaust fan? BGE HOME's certified electricians can replace your existing fan with an energy-saving ENERGY STAR product. As a matter of fact, ENERGY STAR qualified ventilation fans use 70% less energy on average than standard models. Installing a ceiling fan can actually help you save energy. In the winter the fan can be used to push the heat down from the ceiling and in the summer, pull the cool air up from the floor.

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Water Saving Devices

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Faucets, Showerheads, & Aerators, Water Saving Toilets, Circulator Pump Installation

Heating water accounts for about 14% of your overall energy dollars spent. Installing aerators on the bathroom and kitchen faucets reduces the amount of hot water that flows out. Why waste water waiting for it to reach a comfortable temperature before showering or washing your hands - install a water circulator pump and timer to allow for instant hot water.

Toilets account for nearly 30% of residential indoor water consumption. BGE HOME's plumbers can replace your outdated water wasting toilet with a new water saving model.

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Water Heaters

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Gas, Electric, Heat Pump and Tankless Units

Typically the second largest energy expense in your home is heating your water. An old water heater can operate for years at a very low efficiency before it finally fails. High efficiency water heaters use up to 50% less energy than standard models.

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Windows, Doors, and Siding

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Double Hung, Bay, Bow, and Casement Windows, Entry Doors and Siding

Installing ENERGY STAR windows and doors is a smart way to reduce your energy usage. They greatly improve comfort by increasing surface temperatures and cutting drafts.

Thermal Backed Siding significantly reduces air infiltration and delivers up to 400% more "R" value vs. conventional siding - this allows your heating & cooling system to work more efficiently, saving you money.

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Solar Attic Fans

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Attic temperatures can reach up to 150 degrees creating heat related issues in your home, such as higher cooling bills and increased wear and tear on your roof. A solar-powered attic fan cools your attic, using a renewable energy source; the sun, and provides a solution to potential issues related to extreme temperatures in your attic.

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Attic Insulation

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Blown-in Fiberglass Insulation

Attic insulation makes your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer and reduces noise transmission to create a quieter home. Insulation can reduce your heating and cooling usage, reduce air infiltration and ensure proper ventilation. Adding energy-efficient attic insulation to your home will help you get the most out of your energy dollars.

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Heating and Air Conditioning

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Furnaces, Boilers, Heat Pumps and Air Conditioners

Heating and cooling your home accounts for roughly 46% of your overall energy usage. When it comes to monthly energy costs, the efficiency of your heating and cooling equipment is critical. If your heating or air conditioning system is over 10 years old, you are using more energy than you should. The fact is older equipment costs more to operate. Let the experts at BGE HOME help you find the right system for your family and your budget.

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Geothermal Heat Pump

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Installing a geothermal heat pump is one of the most energy-efficient improvements you can make to your home. This renewable energy source uses the heat from the sun and the surrounding earth to heat, cool and, in some cases, provide hot water to your home. With a variety of different installation options, replacing an existing system with a geothermal heat pump is easy to install and it can replace virtually any system because fossil fuels are not required for operation. Installing a geothermal heat pump system during new home construction is the most cost-effective solution to lowering your energy costs.

No matter what situation, BGE HOME offers a variety of installation designs to help meet your home comfort needs and budget. With the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, you will receive tax credits worth 30% of the cost (no limit or cap) to install an ENERGY STAR qualified geothermal heat pump in your home to help offset the higher installation costs (system must be installed before December 31, 2016).

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Programmable Thermostats

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Programmable thermostats can help save money and keep your home comfortable by automatically adjusting your temperature settings. According to ENERGY STAR, you can save about $150 per year or more in energy costs!

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