Offset A Home
Don’t lose sleep over where you live. Kick CO2 to the curb!
The good news is, your apartment has a smaller carbon footprint than standard residences. Unfortunately, most of the electricity comes from fossil fuels and the average apartment is responsible for doling out 13,000 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions every year. Offset that energy with clean renewable sources.
Offset My Apartment For A Year!
Most of the electricity powering your home comes from fossil fuels responsible for carbon dioxide emissions. While we all need to do our best to reduce energy consumption. Electricity to provide lighting, run appliances, and keep you online - plus the energy required to heat or cool your home and provide you with hot water add up to tons of CO2. If you live in an average US household, your dwelling is responsible for over 25,000 lbs. of CO2 cluttering the atmosphere. It's officially spring cleaning. Offset based on the average US household or offset by the pound if you believe your home is responsible for more or less CO2.
Offset My House For A Year!
Ok. We use the term McMansion to grab your attention, but some houses are bigger than others. Most of the electricity powering that castle you call a home comes from fossil fuels that produce hefty carbon dioxide emissions. The average energy consumption for a household with over 4000 sq. ft. of living space results in over 30,000 pounds of CO2Offset My McMansion For A Year!