Part Two! To get your new sustainable garden started, we’ve picked out our favorite edible plants even beginner gardeners can enjoy! Today we’ll show you all our favorite veggies and herbs to grow in your sustainable garden that even beginners can enjoy! Stay tuned for Part 3 where we show you how our own edible gardens are coming along.
“[Summer]’s a time when eating fresh and healthy is easy and enticing.” At CES, we know gardening is it’s most rewarding in the Summer. That’s why we created this four part guide to prepping, planting, maintaining, and harvesting top Summer crops. We’ll also show you how to make your garden self-sustaining so you can enjoy the benefits your hard work year round!
Residents in the Foothills know that the hottest months of the year have already arrived. Most people living in California rely on their air conditioning units in order to ensure that they have the option to cool down when they need to. But what if your AC malfunctioned? It may not sound like the end of the world, but there are plenty of scenarios in which a broken air conditioner result a horrendously uncomfortable day!
“I love cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul.” – Jean Cocteau (director, Orpheus). Cats are the beloved mascot of the internet. But what you didn’t know about these moody memes, is how paw-sitively inspiring they are as decorators.
For a lot of homeowners in the Foothills area, switching to solar is an enticing prospect. Many homeowners, unfortunately, believe that the move to solar is difficult or confusing, which simply isn’t true. California Energy Services proudly offers top-quality solar installations. In addition, we partner with various financing and incentive programs throughout the state to make sure that solar is a reality for homeowners.
As of late, Sacramento residents and those living in surrounding areas are acutely aware how essential it is to keep water usage to an absolute minimum. Governor Jerry Brown has made it quite clear that restrictions aren’t just a good practice any longer; water restrictions are, for the first time ever, mandatory for California residents. Combined with his recently announced goals for greenhouse gas emission reductions, now it is more important than ever before to consider efficiency upgrades that will save you (and your state) water and energy.