Energy Efficiency Tips
Small Steps Add Up to Big Savings
Your family has taken the first step to saving energy by installing the items provided in your Energy Efficiency Kit. The tips below can help you save even more.
These savings tips come from ENERGY STAR® and Energy.gov.
Don’t Overwork Your Thermostat
Adjust your thermostat to a warmer setting in the summer and a cooler setting in the winter and save.
Shine a Light on Savings
LED bulbs are more efficient than both incandescent bulbs and CFLs and can last up to 25 years or more. Replace your incandescent bulbs or CFLs with LEDs to save energy and money.
Don’t Let Savings Run Down the Drain
Energy and water are connected—it takes energy to heat, clean and bring water to our homes. In many cases, when you save water at home, you save energy, too.
Cutting Down Your Use
All appliances in your home cost money to run, but there are steps you can take to cut energy use and save money with little inconvenience.