Traditional showerheads can use three times the amount of water that newer showerheads use.
Calculation in Completed Actions is actual savings which is updated monthly.
Electric pool heaters are much more expensive to run than gas ones. This is especially true of older and lower cost models, and the running cost difference is much more significant in pools in cold climates, with little/poor insulation and/or are heated for a lot of the time.
Ground water can enter basements and crawlspaces, causing damage to the foundation and floor material, and promoting mold growth. Check for signs of seepage and leakage, and take appropriate action, such as installing sump pumps, etc.
Over time, the interior and exterior of buildings can have moisture problems (e.g. mold) which can severely erode the building structure and also lead to serious occupant health problems or building-related illnesses.
Older building can have materials that are potentially poisonous. When the materials and building structure degrade, it can lead to serious occupant health problems or building-related illnesses.
Left unaddressed, pests (mice, squirrels or other rodents, termites, bats, etc.) can destroy materials and the overall building structure. Pests can also lead to serious occupant health problems or building-related illnesses.
Electric dryers are, relatively, much more expensive to run than gas ones. But given your objective of minimizing carbon, it is desirable
Based on your rate, you should switch to a time of use plan, where prices vary by time of the day (higher during the afternoon / early evening, lower during other times). This rate is for customers that have some flexibility about when they use electricity.
With too little foundation insulation, a lot of heat escapes your home through your foundation in the winter, and/or a lot of coolness escapes in the summer. This can be easily prevented by putting insulation around the foundation of your house. This is a relatively inexpensive and unintrusive measure to undertake.
A thorough water analysis on your property will provide you with the detailed information you need to properly evaluate your options. That information will increase the level of confidence for actions you may be considering, will provide a better understanding of your system, as well as provide specific information for you and professionals.