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By New Buffalo Impact
A whole house approach to energy efficiency will not only pinpoint energy use areas that need improvement, but will also tell you which part of your home uses the most energy, according to Brian Paterson, vice president, New Buffalo Impact,.

By New Buffalo Impact
A house is the single biggest investment most of us will make in our lifetime. It is not only the physical embodiment of a “home”, but also an investment that can grow...if we take care of it and do the right things.

By New Buffalo Impact
Unless an older home was constructed with energy efficiency in mind, it was probably not insulated to the levels needed to reduce energy bills and waste. Heating and cooling accounts for nearly 70% of the energy usage in the average home.

By New Buffalo Impact
Drafty, uncomfortable rooms, ice dams and icicles hanging from the gutters, a damp basement, moisture on the windows, mold, and cold floors are common home problems during the winter months. .

By New Buffalo Impact
Winter will certainly announce its arrival within the next few weeks for anyone living in the Western and Central New York areas, and the arrival won’t just bring colder temperatures, wind, and snow either.

By New Buffalo Impact
Rising energy costs, expanding use of technology and an increasing mobile society has spawned government agencies and private organizations dedicated to improving the nation’s energy efficiency while also reducing consumption.

By New Buffalo Impact
We consume energy day and night, home or at work, in almost everything we do. We are always using energy whether we are aware of it or not according to Brian Paterson, Vice President of New Buffalo Impact, a Tonawanda, NY home energy contractor.

By New Buffalo lmpact
Buffalo, NY--You can literally light your path to energy savings by following a few simple tips for more efficient home lighting, according to Brian Paterson, Vice President of New Buffalo Impact, a Tonawanda, NY home energy contractor.

By New Buffalo Impact
At its core, ENERGY STAR stands for energy efficiency. ENERGY STAR is a government-backed symbol for energy efficient products and practices that helps homeowners save both energy and money.

By New Buffalo Impact
Retrofitting proper levels of insulation inside the walls of an older home with blown in cellulose insulation is the ideal solution when it comes to upgrading an older home’s insulation profile.

By Brian Paterson, CEO New Buffalo Impact
Snow may still be lingering in some of the deep shadows, but Spring is the time of year to start thinking about the home cooling you’re going to need in the coming months. Staying cool in the dog days of summer can be a challenge...

By New Buffalo Impact
The weatherization process saves energy by repairing and improving the energy efficiency within a structure itself. The improved energy efficiency will reduce a home’s heating and cooling bills.

By New Buffalo Impact
ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washers use half the amount of water of standard washers, saving between 8,000 – 11,000 gallons of water per year. They are also cheaper to operate and use up to 30% less energy than standard models.

By Brian Paterson, VP and CEO, New Buffalo Impact
How air tight is your home? A blower door test conducted by a professional energy auditor will help you find out the answer to that question.

By New Buffalo Impact
New Buffalo Impact, Inc., (NBI), a Tonawanda, NY based home energy performance contractor, is now offering free comprehensive residential energy audits in conjunction with the Green Jobs-Green New York Program (GJGNY).

By New Buffalo Impact
Heating and cooling of a home’s living space accounts for more than forty percent of the average home’s energy use, but you can reduce that consumption and save money at the same time with a single improvement.

By Brian Paterson, VP and CEO New Buffalo Impact
Replacing your conventional light bulbs with compact fluorescent ones will not only make your home more energy efficient, it will save you money on your electric bill as well



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