Have an old (but still working) refrigerator, freezer or window air conditioner? Send that old appliance to its just reward. Your bonuses: Lower your utility bills, plus get a check from us!
With the right fan, you can save on cooling costs this summer. The American Lighting Association offers tips.
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During spring storms, you can be injured or lose your life as quick as … well, lightning. Safe Electricity and the National Weather Service separate fact from fiction.
Invest a few minutes and keep your air conditioner working at tip-top efficiency. Here’s an easy step you should take right now.
Replace your worn-out doors. Not only can it save energy, doing so gives your home greater curb appeal, too. P.S. You may qualify for a tax credit, too.
At work or even in your home office, these products can help you save energy.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration says that only 2.7% of household income was spent on home energy bills in 2012.
If you are in the market to replace your car or pickup, don’t get taken for a ride. Follow these suggestions from the Attorney General’s office.