Removing the mystery from sustainability.
We are living in times of unprecedented climate challenges, rapidly increasing costs of living and uncertainty around security and availability of even our basic needs. While this is our reality, we are also at a place in history where there has never been more access to technological and social opportunities to embrace change, adopt self-reliance and become more resilient.
And yet, despite the tremendous amount of information available to us, selecting and adopting sustainable lifestyle solutions remains a complex and daunting process.
That is why Thrijv has created The Resiliency Project - to help people embrace ‘beyond sustainable’ lifestyles by removing mystery, complexity and frustration from the process. Our home audits focus on four foundational elements: food, water, energy, and safety; and present straightforward solutions that re-imagine how current homes can be retrofitted with sustainable practices and technologies to create a place that nurtures not only the land that the home sits on, but also the people living in it.
Why Make the Switch?
By growing your own food, you can...
Reduce your food bill by a yearly average of $1,200
Reduces carbon emissions associated with the transportation of food
Increase nutritional content
There are an average of 358,000 house fires per year in the United States. A resiliency audit will help identify problems that could lead to a catastrophic fire.
There are over 1 Million home burglaries per year in the United States. Avoid this by identifying what are the weaknesses in your home security.
Point of Use and
on-demand water heaters...
Save a yearly average of $350
Have an average life span of
Use 30-50% less energy than water tank heaters
Solar customers save a yearly average of $1,500 on their
Rooftop solar panels keep homes cooler in the summer by blocking sunlight to the roof
Energy star appliances save homeowners an average of $450 a year on their electric bill
Three Simple Steps
A Thrijv Representative will complete your home audit in three steps:
Analyze consumption of the four pillars of food, water, safety, and energy.
Conduct a site survey to identify realistic solutions for the property.
Combine initial findings and outline an action plan to move forward.