Follow Our Winter Conservation Calendar to Savings

- 12:48 pm - December 8th, 2017

Winter weather can be unpleasant to say the least, so don’t make matters worse by wasting energy. Instead, make a New Year’s Resolution to save money on your energy bills! Follow these tips to make good on it: 


Patchy ductwork could be costing you up to 25 percent of the heated air in your home before it even reaches the vents. Ring in the New Year by patching them up. Just use duct tape or duct insulation to do it and enjoy a more comfortable and energy-efficient home. 


February is the month of love, but you won’t be loving what you see on your energy bill if air is leaking from your home. According to the Department of Energy, you can save up to 30 percent annually by sealing air leaks around windows, doors, floors, ceilings, walls and fireplaces using foam, caulk and weather stripping.


March may be a time for basketball “Madness” but that doesn’t mean you should go mad looking at your energy bill. There’s no upset in store when you keep a close eye on your appliances, specifically your microwave, cable boxes and chargers. Whether or not they’re turned on, they can drain your home’s electricity, so leave them unplugged whenever possible.

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Check out our Energy Conservation Advice page for 40 ways to save energy and cash, and be sure to contact us for all your home comfort needs.