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Things sure have changed around our neighborhoods, huh? In this trying time, we at Better Earth have made it our goal to be a source of light and positivity in our communities. We are going about that the best way we know how: Saving families money by switching to solar.
With more people at home every day and an uncertain timeline for when things will return to normal, we know non-solar homeowners are going to see some of their highest utility bills they have witnessed.
We want to help bring some certainty back to our new customers’ lives which is why we want to quarantine your energy bill by paying you $1000 cash when you go solar with us.
A member of our team aptly helped name this, The Love Our Local Families Project
As a solar company who talks savings every day with our customers, we have an acute understanding of the value of a dollar. And now, more than ever, we know $1000 will go a long way in paying some unexpectedly high bills, for extra groceries, for some toys for...
Sustainability encompasses every area of our life and a few simple changes can have a big impact on the future. Easy changes, like investing in a reusable water bottle and thermal coffee mug, will eliminate the hundreds of plastic bottles and Styrofoam coffee cups your family would generate in one year’s time.
Implement some (or all) of these 10 sustainability tips for homeowners this summer so you can reduce your carbon footprint on the earth.
1. Grow a Food Garden
One of the easiest things a homeowner can do this summer is plant a garden. Start small, with a couple tomato plants, peppers, cucumbers and squash. Create compost with the vegetable peels and dead plants, then use the compost to feed garden plants next year.
2. Conserve Water
Look for ways to reduce water usage inside the home. Install water efficient shower heads, faucets, toilets and dishwasher.
3. Rain Barrels
Place rain barrels under your home’s down spouts to catch rain water runoff from the roof. Use...
Energy needs have been on a steady increase in recent times, primarily due to the changes in climatic conditions all over the globe. At present, focus has shifted to cheaper and more sustainable sources of energy such as solar energy.
According to recent studies, residents of California have embraced the sun as a source of electrical energy with California being one of the top five cities in the US that consumes solar energy.
Wondering why this trend has been established? Here are some of the top reasons why you should go solar in California.
California is Solar-Friendly
California is a solar-friendly state. The state has pioneered solar policies with notable investments in solar installation. Solar supportive policies that have been established in California include the carbon emission trading program and investments. The solar-friendliness of California is due to its abundant sunlight, and progressive policies. The state understands the need for us to convert to green renewable...
People around the earth are waking up to the benefits and longterm necessity to adapt a more sustainable lifestyle. At Better Earth, we're constantly looking for ways to be more sustainable, and well, better. Here are 6 trends we see gaining extra traction throughout this year and 2020.
The grow-your-own movement is also set to continue apace, as more and more people grow at least some of their own food in their garden, on a balcony or roof, or even just on a sunny windowsill inside their homes.
Speaking of food – vegan cuisine is another growing sustainable trend – set to grow even more in 2020. As more people realise the true carbon and environmental cost of eating meat, delicious plant-based meals will be increasingly popular. And believe us, some of the team here absolutely loves a good hamburger, but we're getting better.
Reusable Food Containers
The problem with plastic waste will drive the trend (for...