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Are you joining the growing "Going Green" movement?

There is a growing movement of environmentally conscious and well-informed consumers who are thinking about their finances, managing their money and making choices for their future in a new way. They are making choices based on whether or not products and services are earth-friendly, ethically-produced and made, recyclable and energy-efficient. There are so many "Green" products and services on the market today.  It can be tough to figure out where you are going to get the most "Green" payback for your "Green" money.

Carolina Eco Unit evaluated our 3 year old house in July. The first electric bill was hard to gauge on the savings since I wasn't sure when the bill cycle was, plus my AC unit was broken for part of the month and we had a window unit.  Well the results are in!  Despite the rise in temperature outdoors in July and August, my August bill was $37 less than last year's bill during August (20% reduction) and my September bill was $88 less than last September's bill (35% reduction).  At that rate, the services will pay for themselves in about 7 months and I'll continue to reap the savings benefits for as long as I live in the house and be able to pass it on to the next owner.  What you like to save 35% on your electric bill? What are you doing to join the Green movement? recycling

We have been so impressed with the savings and the immediate difference it made in our lifestyle we are sharing a Free Evalution coupon with our valued clients and friends.  To make an appointment with Eco Unit, go to and visit the "Time and $$$ saving tips" button and there will be link to set up your appointment online.  This is a $199 value offered only to our valued clients! Just tell them that Michele Reneau referred you.   In addition, I have added a "Going Green" section to our "Links" page with lots of information and resources for an environmentally-friendly lifestyle. Carolina Eco Unit has several office's in the Carolina's including Charlotte, Raleigh, Columbia and Charleston.


Michele Reneau, ABR, GRI, CRS

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