Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Guidelines for Historical Homes

Ask Eco Ed transformed his 245 year-old Victorian home into “The Most Energy Efficient Historic Home in NJ.” His home generates money through its energy bill (+$2000), maintains a comfortable temperature, and is safe against dangerous molds and toxins that are common in old homes.

There are always inexpensive and easy renovations that can be made to improve a home. These small projects can help you avoid expensive projects that are burdensome financially and emotionally. Ed provides other renovation tips that he has learned through his years of experience. Ed’s knowledge is here to help you, so you can do it right the first time.

Read the Energy efficiency and sustainability guidelines for Historical Homes.

Remember, feel free to contact Ed and ask him a question about your home. He will provide a professional response that will help save you time and money.

Chicago Tribune: Second life for a 240-year-old home

Eco Ed and his wife Julie Tung renovated the 240 year-old historic home to be environmentally sustainable.

The Chicago Tribune recently featured Eco Ed for the renovation work he did on the 240 year-old Victorian home. The main lesson Eco Ed learned from this project was that ”No matter how bad a shape it’s in, with the right people, it’s fixable. . .Take it step by step; don’t be overwhelmed.”

Read the full article to learn what other advice Eco Ed gave the Chicago Tribune.

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Green Has Never Looked So Good

Ed shows that old homes don’t necessarily have to be energy guzzlers.The Ridgewood Patch article talks about how he was able to make his 245 year-old house the most energy efficiency historic home in NJ. An added plus? Monthly electrical bills are only $7!

To Read the Full Article written by Nina Minichetti:
http://ridgewood.patch.com/articles/green-has-never-looked-so-good