Don’t place lamps or television sets near an air conditioning thermostat.
Did you know there are ways you can teach your children to be energy savers?
This energy saver is all about keeping your home cool during the summer.
Shade is useful in more ways than one on hot, summer days.
This energy saver focuses on electrical outlets on exterior walls in your home.
Let the light of the day brighten your night.
If you’re looking to cool your house quickly, here’s some advice for when you turn on your air conditioning unit.
Just as a tune-up for your car can improve gas mileage, a yearly tune-up of your cooling system can improve efficiency.
Hot water is the third largest energy expense in your home. It can account for 12 percent of your utility bill.
As much as half of the energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling.
If you need to replace a faulty central air conditioner, new units still qualify for a tax credit.
Plugging in a fan or installing ceiling fans can save you money while trying to beat the heat this summer.