Space Cooling Improvement Tips 
 
No-to-Low Cost Improvements
  • The Department of Energy (DOE) recommends a temperature setting of 120F and the lower. Try lowering the water heater temperature a few degrees at a time to see how low you can go without running out of hot water. Learn more on the DOE website.
  • Taking shorter showers is an easy way to reduce hot water consumption and increase energy savings
  • You can save hundreds of gallons of water a year, as well as the energy used for heating the water, by turning off the faucet while you shave and brush your teeth.

Improvements that Require Investments
  • According to ENERGY STAR®, replacing an existing older water heater with a new ENERGY STAR certified water heater could save you up to $30 a year.
  • If you have an electric water heater, installing a timer to automatically turn it off at night and when you are away on trips will save you energy.
  • To help reduce hot water loss and save energy, replace any leaking faucet that can’t be repaired.
  • Consider a tankless or demand type water heater as an option the next time your water heater needs replacing.
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