Whether your own or rent your home or are looking to do a full energy efficiency upgrade or are looking to pinch some energy pennies for free, there are an unlimited number of ways to save energy at home.
When you purchase new appliances, you’re not just paying for the up-front cost of your new gadget or gizmo — you’re buying the lifetime cost of the energy that it will take to power it. Do you know which appliances have energy savings potential?
Standard electric water heaters give you reliable hot water, but they drain your wallet with high energy costs. Durable and efficient heat pump water heaters give you the same reliable hot water, but they also reduce your electric water-heating costs by up to 50%.
Ductless heat pumps use less energy, which can save you up to 50% on your monthly electric heating costs — all while giving you even more control over your home’s comfort.
An energy assessment is a tool to help you identify how your home is using and losing energy. The good news is that there are professionals out there who can help you make your home more efficient and comfortable.
We all know that energy efficiency improvements lead to lower energy bills and more comfortable homes. But many people on a limited budget don’t realize that they may be eligible for increased cash incentives to help make these upgrades possible.