Save More Energy

In Your Home

Did you know that a leaky toilet can waste 200 gallons of water per day? Are you aware that compact fluorescent bulbs use up to 75 percent less electricity and last about 10 times longer than regular light bulbs? Learn more useful energy tips in our interactive house.

Living Room Tips

  • Use LED TVs and save about $45.34/year with a 50” TV
  • Plug all your living room electronics into a single power strip to quickly turn off when not being used
  • Streaming through a notebook or tablet is more energy efficient than using your game console

Kitchen Tips

  • Use ENERGY STAR® certified appliances
  • Air-dry your dishes
  • Use your microwave or toaster oven to warm up leftovers
  • Install LED bulbs in your kitchen ceiling fixtures
  • Grill outside

Bathroom Tips

  • Install low-flow shower heads. Save $80 per year when you replace old, high-flow showerheads with water-efficient showerheads
  • Use LED bulbs for your light fixtures

Bedroom Tips

  • Use window treatments to save energy. Keep curtains and blinds closed all day during the summer to reduce solar heat gain
  • Keep your A/C at a higher temperature while using a ceiling fan to make your room feel three to eight degrees cooler
  • Use your ceiling fan so you can raise the temperature on your thermostat, but remember to turn if off when you leave the room

Home Office Tips

  • Set your desktop computer to sleep/hibernate mode and you can save you up to $35 annually on your energy bill
  • Use power strips....