Reduce energy consumption and save money on your utility bill. From sealing drafts to using energy-efficient appliances, these tips will help you make your home more energy-efficient.
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Insulate your home to keep heat in during the winter and out during the summer. This can help reduce your heating and cooling costs by up to 20%.
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Use energy-efficient light bulbs, which use 75% less energy and last up to 10 times longer than traditional incandescent bulbs.
Unplug chargers and appliances when not in use. Even when they are turned off, these devices can still use energy.
Upgrade to Energy Star certified appliances, which use 10-50% less energy and water than standard models.
Use a programmable thermostat to automatically adjust the temperature in your home based on your schedule. This can help save up to 10% on heating and cooling costs.
Install low-flow showerheads and faucets to reduce water consumption and save on water heating costs.
Fix any leaks in your home, as even small leaks can waste a lot of water and energy over time.
Plant trees or install shading devices to block the sun's heat in the summer. This can help reduce your cooling costs by up to 25%.
Use a clothesline or drying rack instead of a dryer whenever possible. Dryers use a lot of energy, so air drying your clothes can save a significant amount of money.
Turn off lights and electronics when you're not using them. This simple habit can save you up to $100 per year on your energy bill.