The first ten tips I have offered so far have been relatively easy and inexpensive to implement. The next tips will be devoted the things that are not easy and not inexpensive, but in my experience can be totally worth it in the long run. Over the next several weeks, I’ll cover some of the larger investments, like solar and geothermal. I’ll address what it is, how it works, and the costs and benefits. Many of these larger investments also come with either tax credits and/or utility rebates that help defray the upfront cost, which I’ll address at the end of each topic.
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