Most people don’t give their home’s insulation a second thought, but up to 90 percent of homes in the U.S. are under-insulated.
“Smart” programmable thermostats have helped many people reduce their electric bills, but they need to be programmed or given some time to learn your cooling schedule.
Soon, temperatures will soar above 100 degrees. Will your AC system hold up in the heat?
With pool season almost here, consider replacing your old single-speed pool pump with an ENERGY STAR® model to see a refreshing dip in your energy costs.
The average family spends about six hours running the washing machine and dryer each week. Those energy costs can add up over time.
Unwanted air leaks account for 25-40% of the energy used for home heating and cooling. Leaks lead to higher energy bills and make your home less comfortable.
By swapping out incandescent bulbs with LEDs, you can save an average of $80 in energy costs over the lifetime of the bulb.