With these business electricity savings tips, you’ll save money on your electricity bill — a savings that can go right to your bottom line! We’ve grouped savings opportunities into categories — electronics, lighting, HVAC and electricity cost management. We’ve also identified the most common energy wasters at your business. Get ready to find some extra money in your business budget.
Ah, summer, when thoughts turn to air conditioning. We have to have it, especially when we are trying to beat the summer heat!
But a quick Google search reveals what our air conditioning is doing … and what our air conditioning isn’t doing.
Ah, Springtime! It officially begins on March 20 this year. If you are tidying up and performing your traditional spring cleaning, don’t forget your A/C check-up. A little time and money spent now on an air conditioning tune-up can save you during the cooling season.
Our 7 best spring cleaning tips for your HVAC system will help you keep everything humming along. Plus, you may be eligible for a free A/C tune-up!
The Internet of Things (IOT) is not just a buzz word or “millennial thing” anymore. Smart home technology and the IOT is now mainstream. It’s time to put it to work to save money around your home. In this article, we explain what the IOT is. We also highlight three key ways to save money with smart thermostats, smart hubs, and smart lighting.
The thrill of getting a new apartment usually wears off as soon as the first electric bill comes. Who used all that electricity!? Don’t panic, you don’t have to live with sky-high power bills every month. Your energy habits impact your apartment electric bill. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to develop new habits and carve a chunk out of those bills. Learn about the best ways to reduce your apartment’s electric bill.
The holidays are coming and, for most people, that means your electricity usage will go up. This likely means that your holiday electric bills will go up as well.
Between late night festivities, holiday decorations, house guests, and lots of extra activity, utility bills go up almost every holiday season. That doesn’t have to happen, though, if you follow some helpful hints for cutting down on your power usage during these coming holiday weeks.
After all, you’ll appreciate a lower winter energy bill after the festivities are over in January.
Is decorating your house for the holiday season a growing obsession? Are you the next Clark Griswold?
For most people, once they start the tradition it continues to grow, year after year. After all, who can pass up the deep discounts at those after-Christmas sales? The only problem with an ever-growing collection of bright holiday cheeriness is that your electric bill will grow right along with your collection of lights.
It doesn’t have to be that way. While your old strings of lights and other electric decorations can add a big chunk to your holiday electric bill, today’s newer twinkles cost next to nothing for shining through the holiday season.
Make a sensible switch before decorating season and you’ll shine through the holidays for a fraction of the cost.
Tech-savvy homeowners can realize true energy savings by adding smart gadgets that save electricity to their homes.
By upgrading and integrating your home’s smart capabilities, these gadgets allow HVAC, lighting, water, and security systems to use energy more efficiently. Small investments can save you big money. The newest batch of gadgets on the market look good and make your life easier.
Learn more about some of the coolest smart home energy saving gadgets available today.
We still may not have our flying cars, but when it comes to home technologies, smart homes are fast turning stories into reality. Smart home automation is turning ordinary homes into super efficient showcases, designed to save labor and energy costs all at the same time.
Sure, having an electronic assistant that will turn on your oven and play your favorite songs is cool, but the best part about creating a smart home is the way you’ll lower your energy usage with every smart home addition you make. You don’t have to do a complete makeover in one massive renovation. Start with one piece of technology and add more when they fit your budget.
The savings you’ll realize with each addition will make it easier to speed the process in a surprisingly short amount of time.
When it comes to energy usage, not all appliances are created equal.
It makes sense to think of smaller appliances like coffee makers using less power than refrigerators and air conditioners, but there are even differences between models of the same machine. The individual differences might be small, but using the more economical versions can create savings of hundreds of dollars each year.