Energy Savings Tips

  • Install a smart or programmable thermostat to save on both cooling and heating costs.
  • Periodically replace air filters for your air conditioners and heating systems, clean air vents regularly and make sure drapes or furniture does not block any of the vents or returns.
  • Use your window shades. Close them on sunny summer days and open the shades in the winter to allow the sunlight to help heat your rooms.
  • Turn off all lights, appliances and electronics not in use. Consider using a smart power strip, which reduces your power usage by shutting down power to products that go into standby mode.
  • Run bathroom vent fans after a shower. They're great at getting rid of humid air.
  • Change to new and improved energy-efficient LEDs for your lighting.
  • Purchase new appliances and other consumer products that have the ENERGY STAR® label.
  • Use adequate insulation in your attic, ceilings, walls, floors and crawlspaces. Seal air leaks with caulk and use weather stripping around exterior doors and windows.

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