10. Change habits to conserve energy, like turning off the lights when you leave a room.
9. Understand how your home uses energy.
8. Insulate your house.
7. Weatherize your house. Seal leaks with:
Caulk between materials that DON’T move, like around the chimney and outdoor overhangs.
Weather stripping around pieces that DO move, like windows and doors.
6. Reduce leaks in ducts.
5. Reduce heating usage in the winter.
Set your thermostat to 70° or lower when home and lower when you are asleep or away.
4. Reduce air conditioning usage in the summer.
Set your thermostat to a temperature that is as high as you can tolerate. The recommended setting is 78° or higher when you are home and higher when you are asleep or away.
3. Improve the efficiency of your HVAC system.
Replace air filters every month.
Upgrade your system - higher efficiency central air conditioners use about 14% less energy.
2. Replace inefficient appliances with ENERGY STAR® models.
Household appliances account for about 13% of the average home electric bill.
ENERGY STAR appliances use 10-20% less energy than standard appliances. This helps save money and the environment.
Learn more about ENERGY STAR certified products.
1. Change to energy efficient light bulbs.
Lighting makes up about 12% of your home's energy usage.
LED bulbs use 70-90% less energy and last up to 25 times longer.
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