Residential House GHG has Become an Issue of Concern
It's important that everyone becomes conscious of the problem created by Residential house GHG.
What is GHG?
GHG is the abbreivated version of the words "GreenHouse Gases".
Residential Green house gases is an accumulation of gases or vapor such as water vapor, carbon dioxide, ozone, methane and nitrous oxide which trap the heat into the earth atmosphere.
The current level of green house gases has increased due to the increased abuse of fossil fuel for houses, and vehicles.
As the invisible layer of natural green house gases become thickened by the added green house gases the temperature will gradually become comfortable on the surface.
The time is now upon us when everyone who uses energy is responsible for a "greener" future.
Improving GHG with Energy Star
How can Energy Star products help reduce the GHG?
Energy Star establish testing and standards for most residential and building product. These products are tested for air tightness and thermal value.
Product which surpass the testing process can be marketed as an energy efficient products.
This is especially important now more than before, when undertaking building renovation or alteration or new construction of a house to upgrade to energy star rated product and appliances to reduce residential house GHG.
Saving the enviornment is your responsibility.
The more residential house GHG produced by low energy efficient building material and methods is increasing.
In a couple of years from now, if this vGHG cycle continues to occur, the outcome can be devastating.
The sun's solar energy trap GHG in much the same way energy star windows reflect the UV ray from the indoors
How does the GHG effect work?
The sun solar energy enters into our atmosphere through the natural GHG.
A house produces residential GHG through it use of energy.
This type of GHG is a by-product of heating your home.
What is the function of the natural GHG in the atmosphere?
To trap the heat in the earth's atmosphere.
This is necessary to heat up the earth surface to sustain life (opposite ice age).
Usually the solar heat is radiated back into the earth's atmosphere and released back into space, but this has changed.
Due to the increase emmission of GHG from residential and commercial buildings the natural layer of GHG is thickening, hence restricting the exhaust of GHG into space.
Learn more on using the GHG effect to solor power your home.
The more attention that is paid to upgrading to energy efficient building product, the more energy can be saved using products with a higher thermal resistance
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