Bring A Little Bit of Nature to Your Atlanta Home With These Products

In this fast-paced world, we are living in, everything seems to be artificial. But if you want to bring more natural resources back into your world, why not incorporate products in your home that reunites you with nature. My affiliate partners’ products can make you feel like a natural woman or man while using them. Check them out.

Reduce Your Reliance on Traditional Electricity With Solar Power

As of 2021, Georgia ranks number seven for solar power in the nation. So it’s surprising that there aren’t more Atlanta homeowners getting solar energy. Part of the problem may be that many homeowners don’t realize that the government can help with offsetting installation costs using their tax credit program.

Until the end of 2022, homeowners can take advantage of a federal tax credit that is 26 percent off the cost to install solar panels. However, this credit will go down to 22 percent in 2023 and could disappear in 2024 unless Congress renews it. Since this discount is tied to income tax, it is a good idea for homeowners to speak with their tax planner about how this tax credit will affect their taxes in the upcoming year if they get solar panels.

Besides this, Georgia offers net metering, which allows those who have solar energy systems to get credit from their utility company for excess solar power that their system creates. As a result, solar panel customers save money on their utility bills once the panels are installed. Getting solar panel installation can be a bit costly at installation, but homeowners will start to smile once their cheaper utility bills begin to roll in each month.

Another additional benefit is that you can use your panels to charge your car. If you have an all-electric vehicle or a hybrid, you can charge your electric vehicle at home rather than searching for a charging station around town. With so many benefits to solar power, why not consider investing in a solar panel system with my affiliate Sunpower.

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Try Your Hand at Growing Your Own Organic Fruits and Vegetables

Georgia is still primarily an agricultural state. It is one of the top-ranking states in the nation, pulling in about $73 billion for various products, including pecans, peanuts, spring onions, watermelon, sweet corn, and more. I’m not saying you need to give up your day job to compete in the agricultural market using your small backyard or indoor garden. But wouldn’t it be nice to have a few fresh items straight from your garden to prepare delicious meals.

Imagine cutting freshly sliced bell peppers or cooking with fragrant basil or oregano. Those vegetables are already making me crave a delicious pan of lasagna or old-fashion spaghetti in meatballs. And let’s not forget about growing some delicious watermelon in your Georgia garden that could come out of the soil tasting sweeter and much more delicious than store-bought watermelon. You can accomplish this with soil and other organic products from Teraganix.

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Start Drinking Cleaner Water Using a Whole House Filtration System

Have you ever wondered what’s in your Atlanta tap water? Even if you are an avid bottled water drinker, I’m sure you probably use tap water for cooking things like pasta or maybe even making coffee. But did you ever think that there could be microorganisms floating around in that water going directly into your food?

Additionally, if you bathe with that water and have sensitive skin, did you know that the small particles in the water could be why your skin is irritated, not the skin products you are using? You can look at your water quality by putting in your zip code on the Environmental Working Group’s water quality site. It will provide a list of cities to choose from, and you can select your city on the list. It will reveal how many contaminants are in your local water source and what they are. From there, you can read more information about the contaminant and how it compares to state and national levels.

Keep in mind that these are just the contaminants in the local water supply. There may be even more contaminants coming from your yard through your pipes, especially if your house has older pipes. To get much cleaner water for drinking or bathing, it may be a good idea to consider getting a whole house filtration system by my affiliate, IsoPure.

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Mel Childs is the author of this article and the owner of Move Me To Atlanta. She also owns her own writing company in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, she has written freelance for various publications, including Bob Vila, This Old House, Lawnstarter, WikiLawn, Homelight, Fixr, LeadsForward, Upscale Magazine, Black EOE Journal, Ancient Origins, and many more.


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