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Pro Energy Consultants Introduces 'It's EASY Being Green' Campaign

December 26, 2011
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DALLAS — Pro Energy Consultants of Dallas has introduced the company’s “It’s EASY Being Green” campaign to educate consumers about practical and cost-effective ways to improve a home’s overall energy performance, increase indoor comfort, and lower energy bills.

“Most people are looking for ways to be more efficient, save money, and protect the environment, but don’t know who to trust with home efficiency,” said Timm Hamm, owner of Pro Energy Consultants franchise in Dallas. “Homes account for more than 20 percent of the energy consumed in the U.S. and the average home ‘leaks’ a hole the size of a basketball. Smart home improvements not only deliver savings, but also help us reduce our macro environmental impact.”

Pro Energy’s “It’s EASY Being Green” campaign is inspired by the Federal Energy Management Program’s theme: Turn Words into Action; Turn Action into Results. The campaign will share specific home energy improvement information and action items that, based on Pro Energy’s experience, deliver results. The information will be distributed via daily tweets, blog postings, whitepapers, and videos.

“The primary purpose of our energy audit is client education. Once we use our blower doors and infrared cameras to diagnose the home, we explain our findings and teach people about how their home ‘works’ from an energy efficiency standpoint. We then provide specific, prioritized recommendations for improvement. Most people are surprised to learn that their HVAC unit and windows are not typically the culprits, and that most of the needed improvements are much cheaper and easier in comparison,” said Mark Cannella, founder of Pro Energy Consultants.

For more information about Pro Energy Consultants of Dallas, visit

Publication date: 12/26/2011

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