Cooling your home efficiently will help lower your energy costs. To improve efficiency and to keep equipment running properly, replace or clean your filter monthly, remove dirt and dust from outside coils, and keep registers clean and unobstructed by furniture and curtains.
Solving moisture problems in your home can be complicated, with one moisture source creating a number of moisture symptoms. Indoor symptoms can include: a musty odor, fogging windows, a damp feeling, wood rot, and peeling paint.
Save money and energy in your home with easy to follow tips that can help you cut your energy consumption. Use these tips to lower your home's energy use while still maintaining your home's comfort level.
By improving the air tightness of your home, you can not only make your home more comfortable but energy efficient as well. Caulking and weather stripping your home costs little money while the benefits are great.
A lot changes with the addition of a new baby in your home, including your energy costs. On average, people use 25% more electricity and 13% more natural gas in their homes with the addition of a new baby.
If you own natural gas appliances, use the tips contained in this fact sheet to help improve energy efficiency, saving you both energy and money. As a general rule, you should hire a professional to do repairs and installation on natural gas appliances.