Residential Energy Guide

Residential Energy Guide

This guide contains a list of no and low cost tips that you can implement around your home to save energy, lower your energy costs, and reduce your impact on the environment.

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Low Cost and No Cost Energy and Money Saving Ideas

Low Cost and No Cost Energy and Money Saving Ideas

Saving energy in your home doesn't need to be a major investment. Little things can add up to big savings on your home's energy costs.

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Energy Efficient Products

Energy Efficient Products

Buy purchasing energy efficient products you can kept the energy costs in your home down and help preserve the environment. Be sure to look for the Energy Star label when purchasing new appliances and products for your home.

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Facts About Spas and Hot Tubs

Facts About Spas and Hot Tubs

There are three major factors that effect how much energy your spa or hot tub will use. These factors are: weather, spa size, and use.

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Introduction to Residential Green Building in New England

Introduction to Residential Green Building in New England

Green building design and construction practices significantly reduce or eliminate the negative environmental impact of homes. The purpose of the Residential Green Building Guide for New England is to provide a resource to homeowners in the New England area who...

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Simple Steps For Long Term Savings

Simple Steps For Long Term Savings

Reducing energy use in your home can be as simple as changing your furnace filter. By following energy saving tips in your home, you can save money on your energy costs.

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Winter Energy Savings and Safety Tips

Winter Energy Savings and Safety Tips

A clean and well maintained furnace is not only safe, but it can save you money on your energy costs.

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Saving Energy: A Floor-to-Ceiling Guide

Saving Energy: A Floor-to-Ceiling Guide

Simple maintenance and repairs made to your home can also lower your energy costs.

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Being Energy Efficient With A Newborn In Your Home

Being Energy Efficient With A Newborn In Your Home

A lot changes with the addition of a new baby in your home, including your energy costs. On average, people use 25% more electricity and 13% more natural gas in their homes with the addition of a new baby.

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Facts About Energy Guide Labels

Facts About Energy Guide Labels

The EnergyGuide label can help you find the most energy efficient appliance to meet your home's needs. Appliances have one of two labels, either showing annual energy use for the appliance or one that shows the energy efficiency of the appliance.

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Energy Conservation With Natural Gas Appliances

Energy Conservation With Natural Gas Appliances

If you own natural gas appliances, use the tips contained in this fact sheet to help improve energy efficiency, saving you both energy and money. As a general rule, you should hire a professional to do repairs and installation on natural gas appliances.

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Home Energy Saving Tips

Home Energy Saving Tips

Home energy savings tips that can save you money on your energy costs.

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