You want the best for your family. And so do we.

Better Environments is focused on bringing you the cleanest and safest home environment by offering high quality, affordable products and services to keep your home healthy and the environment clean. We have made a commitment to offering solutions everyone can afford to reduce our carbon footprint and conserve energy. Together, we can make a difference.

With Better Environments, you receive the benefit of creating a clean, healthy living space for you and your family. And, making a positive impact on our planet.

How Do Our Behaviors Affect the Environment?

You may not realize just how much our energy usage impacts our environment. Did you know...

  • About 50% of your energy bill is a result of how much you run your A/C system1
  • The U.S. Department of Energy reports that typical new high-efficiency AC systems lose 25% to 40% of the energy they put out due to improper installations and repairs resulting in a waste of $4.5 billion2
  • Almost 20% of lost energy in your household is due to lost air flow through your AC system ducts. Additionally, these leaks cause your family discomfort and poor respiratory health1
  • You can lose up to 60% of your heated or cooled air before it ever reaches the register if your ducts aren't insulated and travel through unheated spaces such as the attic or crawlspace2
  • The EPA estimates that if one in ten homes upgraded (or installed) radiant barrier insulation, greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced by 17 billion pounds per year3
  • Heating and cooling systems in the United States emit 150 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere each year, adding to global climate change. They also generate about 12% of the nation's sulfur dioxide and 4% of the nitrogen oxides, the chief ingredients in acid rain2

Make the smart choice today to save your home environment and the planet. By living better today, we'll create a better tomorrow.

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Sources:
1. Energy Star  |  2. U.S. Department of Energy  |  3. Environmental Protection Agency