Keeping cool and warming up can be one and the same
Learn MoreYou want to make sure you’re getting the most out of your AC system when temperatures start to rise. Here are a few fixes you can make that will help with both cooling and heating costs year-round.
Home solar spurs best first quarter in industry history
Learn MoreThe residential market for sustainable energy products is booming in the U.S. Solar power is turning into a major contributor.
Buying efficient appliances – Not as easy as it seems
Learn MoreOne of the most cost-effective energy efficiency practices, and most popular, is to upgrade your home appliances. But how do we know which ones will havea significant impact on a home’s energy bills?
Simple cover improves comfort, efficiency of steam heat
Learn MoreThere are many ways homeowners can cut down on energy bills, for one, switching out old furnaces. In older buildings though, heat is still being sent to inefficient radiators. A simple insulation invention by a Columbia University graduate helps tenants control the temperature without wasting energy.
Choosing a new furnace is a key decision
Learn MoreOut-dated furnaces can run up residential energy costs substantially. Learn about the different technologies for home furnaces that can make a big difference in energy costs.
First step in saving energy is an easy one – lighting
Learn MoreCutting down on energy costs doesn’t have to be so complicated. There are a few fairly straightforward steps that homeowners can follow to get the best bang for their buck.
Quick & easy steps to cutting energy costs
Learn MoreHere are a few quick and easy steps that any homeowner can take to reduce their energy use without needing to make any real investments.
Residential natural gas prices taking oil out of fashion
Learn MoreIn almost all cases, switching from oil to natural gas is a cost-saving expense you may want to explore. Natural gas prices have offered great discounts compared to oil.
Opening a window to energy savings
Learn MoreThe U.S. Department of Energy offers an extensive section on its website about how to update windows to cut down on energy costs.
Americans Use More Electricity, Less Heating Than Ever
Learn MoreData from the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s latest Residential Energy Consumption Survey suggests the majority of energy use in homes is not going to heating or cooling but has increased to appliances, electronics and lighting.
Best Ways to Lower Home Energy Bills
Learn MoreTips on how to save money on your daily home energy consumption.
How to Save Energy and Reduce Home Electric Costs
Learn MoreElectric Bill Too High? Advice from Plymouth Rock Energy that will help your home.