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Make Your Las Vegas Home Green This St. Patrick’s Day

You’re ready to make some updates to your Summerlin home, but you want to be smart with your money and see a positive return on your investment.

While most Las Vegas homeowners dMake Your Las Vegas Nevada Home Green This St. Patrick’s Dayon’t see that return until they sell their Summerlin home for sale, you can start seeing the benefits immediately by conserving energy by making your home green friendly.

So in regards of the upcoming green holiday, stop looking for that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Get inspired by St. Patrick’s Day to go green at home to cut your energy costs with the environmentally friendly renovations below. You’ll soon see the savings building up monthly.


  • Use Reclaimed Wood For Flooring

Instead of cutting down more green for your wood floors, reclaim wood that’s already been cut. While prices vary depending on they type of wood and finish, you can get a distinct and conversational piece that no one else will have.

Just think, you could be standing on a famous old barn or a dismantled  battle ship.

  • Green Your Toilets

Install a low-flow toilet, which according to could save you money. Those older toilets use about 3 1/2 gallons per flush, while newer low-flow toilets can use less than 1 1/3 gallons.

If you don’t want to dish out the dough for new toilets, then add pebbles or a sealed water bottle into the back tank to displace water and reduce overall water consumption.

  • Install A Programmable HVAC Thermostat

This is something you can easily install quickly on your own. Buy a programmable thermostat at any Home Depot or Lowe’s store for around $50, shut off power to the room you’ll be replacing it in, remove the old one and connect the wires to the new one.

Finished! Now you won’t have to worry about remembering to turn the air down at night and you’ll save money monthly.

  • Replace Old Kitchen Appliances

If your old refrigerator or dishwasher is more than 11 years old, then consider replacing them with new energy efficient models. Buy appliances that have solid Energy Star labels, as these appliances have passed strict energy requirements.

While this upgrade might cost you some money up front, you’ll quickly be conserving energy and leaving more green in your savings account. Don’t get pinched this St. Patrick’s Day! Instead of just wearing green cloths to school or work, encompass yourself in it by making environmentally friendly renovations to your Las Vegas, NV home.

By making an effort to take your Las Vegas home green, you’ll reduce your energy usage and see savings in your monthly bills!

If you know someone interested in buying or selling a home today, please call The Heuser Team at 702-551-3004.