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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Tips no. 1

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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Tips no. 2

Use energy-efficient light bulbs, which use 75% less energy and last up to 10 times longer than traditional incandescent bulbs.

Tips no. 3

Unplug chargers and appliances when not in use. Even when they are turned off, these devices can still use energy.

Tips no. 4

Upgrade to Energy Star certified appliances, which use 10-50% less energy and water than standard models.

Tips no. 5

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.

Tips no. 6

Install low-flow showerheads and faucets to reduce water consumption and save on water heating costs.

Tips no. 7

Fix any leaks in your home, as even small leaks can waste a lot of water and energy over time.

Tips no. 8

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%.

Tips no. 9

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.

Tips no. 10

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.