Simply by draft-proofing your home, you could reduce your heat loss by 5 to 10 percent.
Adding more insulation or upgrading to a better insulation is a cost effective way to save on energy costs in your home.
To ensure good indoor air quality and manage indoor moisture sources, you need some fresh outside air coming into your home.
Hidden condensation can lead to problems in your home such as mold and mildew, resulting in lower indoor air quality.
By installing an Energy Star programmable thermostat and setting it properly, you could save as much as ten percent on your energy bills.
Some holiday lights are more energy efficient than others, using less energy for the same effect.
By combining newer compact fluorescent lights with energy efficient fixtures and lighting controls you can save money not only on your energy costs but also on replacement costs.
Spas and hot tubs use a large amount of energy to operate, but by choosing an energy efficient model, you can still keep your energy costs down.
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