Keep reading to discover how you can start saving on your electric bill today.
First, make sure all seals on windows, doors and appliances are ok and don’t let the cold air in. A bad seal can inflate your energy bill and drain your wallet.
Don’t forget to invest on your heating and cooling systems by repairing leaky heating, ventilation and air conditioning ducts.
Try to take shorter showers, fix any leaks and consider replacing your showerhead -an efficient showerhead can reduce your water usage by 2,700 gallons per year!
Finally, change your light bulbs -use compact fluorescent or LED bulbs with the Energy Star label and set up dimmer switches that allow you to set the preferred brightness.