Category Archives: Green Energy

Home  ›  Viewing Category 'Green Energy'

How Do Solar Panels Work And How They Power Your Home?

How Do Solar Panels Work And How They Power Your Home?

Solar energy systems are a marvel of modern science and engineering. Today, millions of homes in the United States are powered by solar panels – a number that is only expected to grow in the coming years. But how does this remarkable technology work? If you are thinking about investing in solar panels, it is […]

Read further »

How Much Does Spray Foam Insulation Cost?

How Much Does Spray Foam Insulation Cost?

Polyurethane spray foam insulation is an economical way to improve the energy efficiency of your home. In fact, given its durability and resistance to heat transfer, you would be hard-pressed to find a better option on the market than insulating your house with spray foam. At REenergizeCO, the cost of spray foam insulation is $7 […]

Read further »

Managing Home Energy with a Solar Battery

Managing Home Energy with a Solar Battery

Homeowners who are considering solar often ask: How do I power my home with solar overnight? While a number of utilities in Colorado offer net metering – a practice where customers are credited for contributing solar energy back to their community’s power grid and draw on this “bank” when the sun is down – many […]

Read further »

Is Spray Foam Insulation Right for Existing Homes?

Is Spray Foam Insulation Right for Existing Homes?

If your home is drafty, if you notice extreme or uneven temperatures when it’s cold or hot outside, and/or if you notice that your energy bill is high month after month, you may have an insulation problem. Degraded or insufficient insulation can affect the comfort and energy efficiency of your home. For many homeowners, spray […]

Read further »

Is Colorado Good for Solar?

Is Colorado Good for Solar?

You’ve likely heard that Colorado experiences an average of 300 days of sunshine each year. This fact by itself should prove that Colorado is an ideal state for solar power. However, the prevalence of sunny days is just one reason that more and more homeowners throughout Colorado are investing in solar panels for their homes. […]

Read further »