We hope that these articles will be beneficial to you as a way to help lower your energy costs.
As homeowners with many bills to pay, our tendency is to buy an appliance and keep it running as long as humanly possible. Repairing an old, faulty appliance may seem like the cheaper option, but this may not be the greatest strategy when we think about energy efficiency.
Taking a vacation can be costly, so a great way to save some money is to give your electric bills a vacation, too.
Energy use and costs typically rise as the mercury rises, but here are a number of simple, economical ways to boost comfort, save energy, and reduce electric bills.
Cooking habits, not technology, represent the biggest potential for energy efficiency and savings in the kitchen.
Home office equipment, audio and video systems, and various electronics consume almost 20 percent of all electricity used inside an average home.
Increasing your lighting efficiency is one of the easiest ways to decrease your energy bills.
Heat pumps are considered one of the most energy efficient products for heating and cooling today, but home owners and building operators have a choice of either an air to air heat pump system or a geothermal heat pump system.
A cold winter can bring an equally cold reality: higher heat bills. This winter, keep your costs and energy use as low as possible by following these winter efficiency tips: