Renovating a home to a green home can produce $180 return on investment every year, according to this case study. Of course, this figure can vary wildly according to what measures you take to classify your home as “green”, and how long you plan on staying there. Most often your investment pays off over the long run through utility bills, and in general karma 🙂
Home retrofits can immediately give homeowners energy savings on their bills of up to $1000 a year. If a home is built green from the start, it will be energy and water efficient from the start so the homeowners won’t realize what they are saving on their energy and water bills, but the savings are there.
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