Posts Tagged ‘New Jersey’

Helping and Staying Safe after the Storm

November 7, 2012

Housing is near and dear to us here at GreenHomes, and even closer is safe housing.  Hurricane Sandy has significantly changed what many have taken for granted just as we go into colder weather in the Northeast.  Tens of thousands have found themselves without a home because of the storm.  Many more have found themselves with extensive damage to their homes and a long struggle to recover.

There are many ways to support efforts to support those affected, the Red Cross is collecting donations, and Feeding America has been working to provide food and water for example.

It is also important to keep in mind how to stay safe as people return to their homes.  The CDC has some useful information about what to look for when coming home to water damage, the dangers of electrical issues, and mold.   For many our homes are no longer the safe havens they once were.

Losing power means often means relying on a generator, which is a great concern since they are one of the leading reasons for CO poisoning.    I often preach about the importance of checking heating and cooking equipment, having a CO alarm in your home, but when all goes wrong and we need a generator just to get by, it is even more important to make sure it will be helping not harming us.

The dangers of unvented fireplaces  also true for generators in your home or garage.  A garage or enclosed porch may be more connected to your home than you think.   When using a generator; always make sure there is enough fresh air to dilute any of the exhaust fumes.  Keep them out of your homes!

Help the people in need; stay safe please, no matter where you are!

Thanks,

Jason

Photo of the New Jersey coast from the National Guard

New Jersey Residents, Act Fast! Clean Energy Program Bumps Incentives Up to $5,000!

July 8, 2011

The New Jersey Clean Energy Program’s Home Performance with ENERGY STAR initiative already has among the most generous incentives in the country, and for the summer, there running a promo offering even bigger incentives.   During the summer promo, New Jersey homeowners can  receive up to$5,000 in financial incentives and may qualify for 0% interest financing (up to $10,000) when they have energy-efficient upgrades performed on their home.  That is up to $1,000 more than the regular offer!

You must use a participating BPI Accredited Contractor to qualify.  Contact Princeton Air (866-766-8611) to schedule your home assessment.   The promotion runs through the summer, but the future of the whole program is uncertain.  Best to act quickly to avoid missing the incentives, the financing, and to more your home more comfortable and start reducing your utility bills today.

GreenHomes America is Hiring

April 29, 2011

GreenHomes America is HiringGrow With The Leader in Home Performance!
We Are Hiring!

Top Reasons to Work for GreenHomes America

  • Market leader in an exciting industry
  • Competitive salaries & great benefits
  • Rewarding “green” environment helps people and the planet
  • Use the latest tools, equipment & technology
  • Training and advancement opportunities

We Want the Best!

If you are highly motivated, driven to achieve, team-oriented, and dedicated to customer satisfaction then you’ve come to the right place!  We are looking for:

  • Advisors/Auditors—multiple locations in NY, NJ, CA, VA etc.
  • Financing manager
  • Installation Technicians

For more information or to apply:  visit us online or email info@greenhomesamerica.com

Equal Opportunity Employer.

Hiring Advisors in New Jersey

June 3, 2009

Warning-advertisement: GreenHomes wants the best in the business! We are now hiring Advisors in Northeast New Jersey. GreenHomes offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits package including paid vacation, medical and dental insurance, 401k, and more. Come help us help homeowners be more comfortable, use less energy, and save money! As an Equal Opportunity Employer, GreenHomes is committed to diversity in the workplace. Reach us at info@greenhomesamerica.com.


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