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Eric H. Wong , Real Estate Pro in Albany, CA
Eric H. Wong answered:
Is there a reason to replace a working water heater with a new tankless water heater?
Tankless is not always the best and most efficient choice. If you want to be more green, but you also want to save some money, you might look into the newest generation of super-insulat ... more
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Gregory Karr,  in San Francisco, CA
Gregory Karr answered:
Budget friendly improvements to be a more environmentally-friendly home
Making a home greener does not necessarily mean only adding improvements like solar and energy efficient appliances, caulking and sealing. You may want to start by removing toxic items ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 18, 2012 Going Green in San Francisco
Irina Karan, Real Estate Pro in Aventura, FL
Irina Karan answered:
What are the pros and cons of installing solar panels on a property?
Hello Kim,

Going green!

Check out this link http://www.clean-energy-ideas.com/articles/pros_and_cons_of_solar_energy.html
For a more specific info, it's good to be in touch with ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 16, 2012 Going Green in San Francisco
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