Daybreak is always looking for ways to improve and this is one bright idea that is worth sharing.
Stylists are busy with cuts, color and blow outs, which mean the curling irons, flat irons and hair dryers are going non-stop. As you might imagine, it takes a lot of energy to keep Daybreak’s Woodhaven salon & spa going seven days — and 85 hours — a week. But what may surprise you is that co-owner and senior stylist, Jerad Rushlow, is almost as knowledgeable about energy efficiency as he is about hair, and he’s committed to making his salon as efficient as possible.
Check out this article from DTE Energy Smarts to learn more about how Daybreak is living their mission to make the world a more beautiful place and conserving resources in the process