The True Value of Going Green Plumbing

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When it comes to going green, few aspects of your home have more potential than your plumbing. Greening your plumbing can reduce home energy costs, improve your home from a health perspective, and it’s easier on the environment. If those improvements sound like something you’d be interested in – saving money, then read on to find out what you can do to turn your plumbing a darker shade of green. That said, here’s a guide to greening the plumbing in your home.

The Cost of Going Green
We’ll get to specifics in a minute, but for starters let’s address what’s on most homeowners’ minds when the subject of green remodeling comes up: cost. With home plumbing, the truth of the matter is that you’re unlikely to spend much more by going green than if you go a more conventional route. And even if you do run into higher initial costs, when you figure in that going green will help reduce energy costs and water usage, your investment is almost guaranteed to end up paying for itself over time.

The True Value of Going Green
Of course, putting a dent in your monthly utility bills is only the tip of the iceberg. The real value of going green is far higher than any calculations involving dollars and cents can reflect. For example, green plumbing provides cleaner water, making for a healthier home, and it conserves valuable water resources. When you look at it from that perspective, it’s safe to say that going green is as much about passing a better world onto your children and grandchildren as it is about you saving a buck or two, and that’s a tough thing to put a price tag on.

Green Plumbing to Reduce Home Energy Use
So, just what can you do to start saving money, and the environment, when it comes to the plumbing in your home? Here’s a list of ideas to get your gears turning, starting with suggestions for how to save some green by going green in the plumbing department.

  • Insulate Pipes
  • Remove Plumbing from Exterior Walls
  • Install an On-Demand Hot Water Circulation Pump
  • Install a New Hot Water Heater
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