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.
Adding insulation, weather-stripping and caulking, duct sealing and air conditioning replacement can significantly reduce monthly energy bills.
Everyone knows natural gas is both economical and efficient. But there are many other reasons why natural gas is a smart energy choice.
Using advanced or “smart” power strips with your electronics can help you save energy and protect your devices.
Valued at $40, each kit contains eight LED bulbs, a bathroom and a kitchen aerator, an LED nightlight and an energy-efficient shower head.