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Kelsey Compa…, Home Buyer in Provo, UT
Kelsey Compars answered:
Is there a reason to replace a working water heater with a new tankless water heater?
There could be a number of different reasons for a replacement like that. Even if it is working it may be time for an update. I know my parents just had their really old water heater re ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 14, 2015 Going Green in San Francisco
Phyllis Mcar…, Real Estate Pro in San Mateo, CA
Phyllis Mcarthur answered:
Is a fireplace energy-efficient?
We had a lovely cast iron fireplace insert for years and it was very efficient. The problem now is that the SF Bay Area has so many "No Burn" days, it's not worth the bother
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Certified St…, Real Estate Pro in Reno, NV
Certified Structure Inspector answered:
Budget friendly improvements to be a more environmentally-friendly home
Jake, Being green means different things to most people. Some of the best advice I can give you as an Energy Auditor is start saving by reducing. Reducing your consumption is the easies ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 18, 2012 Going Green in San Francisco
Claire Hill, Other/Just Looking in San Francisco, CA
Claire Hill answered:
What are the pros and cons of installing solar panels on a property?
Kim,

There are a few great reasons to install solar in San Francisco.
1. Go Solar SF: The City will pitch in between $2,750 and $9,750 for the cost of your solar system if you use a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 16, 2012 Going Green in San Francisco
Glen Mitchell, Real Estate Pro in Half Moon Bay, CA
Glen Mitchell answered:
What are the best options for a condominium building to add solar panels? (Is it better to rent or to buy?)
I'm glad you are looking at ways to reduce energy costs. You need to weigh the payoff point too. The panels I've seen depending on how good a location they can be placed payoff in 8-1 ... more
1 vote Share Flag Sat Nov 8, 2008 Going Green in San Francisco
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