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Why? Furniture, carpets, and other objects can block vents and prevent heated or cooled air from traveling. This blockage makes your heating or cooling system work...
Save up to $10 per year
39 people do this
Why? Heat pumps are much more efficient than other heating equipment. Consider purchasing a new, efficient heat pump to replace an existing heating...
Save up to $30 per year
5 people do this
Why? Many computers, televisions, and other devices draw power even when they are turned off. Since plugs to these devices can be tough to remove from the outlet...
Save up to $60 per year
9 people do this
Why? In a typical home, up to 9% of the energy used for water heating is lost moving water to and from the tank and your points of use — even more in large houses....
Save up to $20 per year
13 people do this
Why? You can save on your heating bills by simply turning your thermostat down 5°F for eight...
Save up to $120 per year
Why? The average American spends about 8 minutes taking a shower roughly once a day. Reducing average shower time by 1 minute can result in a 13% decrease in...
Save up to $15 per year
59 people do this
Why? ENERGY STAR certified products use as much as 65% less energy than standard models. The ENERGY STAR label can be found on a variety of products for your...
Save up to $95 per year, varies by item
16 people do this
Why? Television technology is developing rapidly, and it's hard to know which features could show up as noticeable increases on your energy bill. Learn a bit about...
Save up to $40 per year
15 people do this
Why? Water heating accounts for up to 20% of a typical home's total energy use. Lowering your water heater temperature from 140°F to 120°F can result in savings of...
52 people do this
Why? If you currently heat your home's water with a traditional water heater, consider upgrading to a more energy-efficient heat pump water heater. Today's ENERGY...
Save up to $155 per year
Why? Most homes have many opportunities to save energy and money, but it may be hard to decide where to start. We can help you start saving right away when you...
Save up to $180 per year
Why? Fans help you stay cool while reducing your air conditioning costs. Since they are targeted to a specific area, they can be more cost-effective than cooling...
24 people do this
Why? In the summer, cooling your home can account for a significant portion of your energy bill. When you replace your old room heat pump or air conditioner, or...
Why? Start off this year by talking with your household members, friends, and neighbors about saving energy. By making a commitment to a few key things, you can...
Save up to $190 per year
29 people do this
Why? Many pool owners find that they can keep their pool clean and save energy by reducing their pump's run time. In fact, reducing run time can result in energy...
Save up to $250 per year
8 people do this
Why? A stand-alone freezer can be one of the biggest energy users in your home, so try consolidating all your frozen foods into your refrigerator's freezer before...