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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...
Save up to $40 per year
55 people do this
Why? Your heat pump or air conditioner will operate better if it has plenty of room to breathe. The system's outdoor unit — the condenser — needs to be able to...
Save up to $10 this summer
177 people do this
Why? Ventilating fans in the kitchen, bathrooms, laundry, utility room, and other rooms can be effective in controlling moisture, especially if the fans vent...
Save up to $20 per year
20 people do this
Why? Light-emitting diode (LED) light bulbs use 75 less energy to produce the same amount of light as conventional incandescent bulbs. Though they may cost more to...
Save up to $130 over bulb life
43 people do this
Why? In most homes, if you add up all the air leaks, the impact on your energy use is similar to leaving a window open. Air sealing is one of the most...
Save up to $120 per year
8 people do this
Why? If you are in the market to replace your water heater, consider the energy efficiency of the system. The higher the energy factor (EF), the more efficient the...
13 people do this
Why? A pool pump uses more energy than most other devices and appliances in your home. A properly sized variable speed pump can save up to 70% on your pool's...
Save up to $195 per year
Why? Dehumidifiers can be very useful for maintaining comfort and preventing the growth of mold and mildew—yet they use a surprising amount of energy. A standard...
Save up to $25 per year
18 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. As you might...
45 people do this
Why? You can save up to 10% a year on heating and cooling by simply turning your thermostat back 7-10°F for eight hours a day from its normal...
107 people do this
Why? Your cooling equipment will use more energy than necessary if it is not properly maintained. In addition to saving energy, maintaining your cooling equipment...
53 people do this
Why? If the seal on your refrigerator or freezer door isn't doing its job, your appliance could be leaking up to 15% of the cooled air it produces. To fix the seal...
Save up to $15 per year
50 people do this
Why? If you have a home office, choosing an efficient printer, copier, or scanner could cut its energy use by 30%. With these smart purchases, it's possible to...
Save up to $60 per year
26 people do this
Why? About 90% of the energy consumed for washing clothes is used to heat the water. Unless your clothes have oily stains, washing with cold or warm water will...
Save up to $35 per year
269 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...
Save up to $30 per year
81 people do this
Why? An average home's lighting bill can account for up to 15% of electricity costs. Turning lights off when you're not in the room is a simple way for you to...
399 people do this