What Is My Carbon Footprint and How Can I Reduce It?

What Is My Carbon Footprint?

“Carbon footprint” is the term used to describe how much carbon is released by an individual, group, or other entity. A carbon footprint can be calculated based on your typical activities. While most individuals on the planet generate an average of 4 tons per year, the typical U.S. citizen releases approximately 16 tons per year. You can easily estimate your personal carbon footprint online to get an idea of how much carbon you release as a result of your taking care of your needs and the choices you make. You might be surprised. Read on to learn how you can reduce your carbon footprint.

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Most Exciting Home Improvement Trend of 2020

The Ultimate Way to Enjoy Smart Home Comfort!

At Climatrol, we’re always on the lookout for promising new technologies that can help our customers save money and increase their level of climate comfort at home and at the office. One innovation that has us – and our customers – so excited in 2020 is the Ecobee Smart Thermostat lineup. After extensive testing and installations throughout North-Central West Virginia, the results are in: Ecobee is the ultimate way to enjoy smart home comfort!

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5 Signs You’re Hiring the Best HVAC Contractor

Important Considerations BEFORE
You Sign That Contract

If you are planning to have a contractor install, maintain, or repair a heating or cooling component at your home or business, take a few minutes to consider what qualifications your HVAC contractor should have. Because your HVAC system is likely the most expensive system in your home, you will want to be certain you are hiring the best contractor for the job. Read on to discover five of the most important signs your contractor is qualified to work on your equipment.

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7 Signs Your Indoor Air Quality Is Making You Sick

Have you noticed that you often feel sick after spending several hours at home or work, but feel much better when outdoors, shopping, visiting others, or on vacation? If so, the very air you’re breathing may be to blame. For less than the cost of a doctor visit, you can virtually eliminate most of these causes of sickness!

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