Energy Saving Tips projects
Energy Saving Tips
Learn how to evaluate your home for energy performance, and then read about the energy saving tips that will make your home more comfortable.
Save Energy by Closing Heat Registers
It seems like a waste to heat unused rooms, but closing heat registers may actually increase heating costs, especially with newer systems.
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Energy Savings: Seal Plumbing and Wiring Holes
Use a rubber roofing boot to seal holes where air conditioning or plumbing lines penetrate the walls of your home.
9 Home Energy Conservation Tips for the Winter
Read expert tips about new, innovative and tried-and-true ways to tame your heating bills—without sacrificing comfort.
How to Save Energy and Cut Cooling Costs
Keep cool and save money on air conditioning too. Here are the ten best ways to cut costs and improve your AC system.
Save Money With Home Energy Audit
A professional energy audit is the best way to find air leaks, evaluate your level of insulation and uncover problems in your heating and…
Switch to Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs and Save Energy
Compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) come in a variety of sizes and colors. Learn about different types, where and where not to use them, and how…
Energy Saving Tips – Replace Your Refrigerator, Heating System and Water Heater
Does it pay to replace an old but still working appliance with a new, more efficient model? Learn how to calculate the real costs over the life…
Plug Leaky Ducts
Sealing leaky joints in heating, ventilating and air conditioning ducts is a simple, cheap DIY project that can reduce your energy costs by…
How to Install a Thermostat
Save a lot of money! Learn how to remove your old thermostat and install a new programmable thermostat—with no rewiring required.
Getting Your Energy Source From the Sun May Save You
Photovoltaic solar panels are getting cheaper and more efficient, but they’re still not for everyone. These questions will help you…