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This infographic from EnergySavvy shows how much coal the average Southeastern U.S. home burns to keep cool in the summer.
Ever wonder how much coal is being burned to keep your home cooled with air conditioning in the summer?
Wonder no more. EnergySavvy has an infographic that visualizes the coal it takes to keep an average home in the Southeastern U.S. comfortable with air conditioning, compared to the same house with an energy efficient air conditioner, and the same house after a comprehensive home energy upgrade.
Not only are you saving yourself money, you're reducing the amount of resources necessary to comfortably live in your home!
Rachel Vann, Greenville, NC
Dean did an energy audit and air sealing job on my house last year, and I couldn't be more pleased with the results.