How Energy Efficient Are You?

by SavvyRoo on Apr 29, 2015 | Views: 110 | Score: 0
Turning off lights and appliances when not in useReplacing incandescent bulbs with florescent bulbsReplacing old appliance with ENERGY STAR appliancesUsing low watt bulbs when lighting is not criticalUsing power strips for home electronicsReducing hot water usageWeather stripping around windows or doors to stop air leaksInstalling a programmable thermostat
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SavvyRoo on Apr 29, 2015 11:09 AM said:

Do you do all that you can to maximize your home's energy efficiency? According to a recent study by Harris Interactive, the vast majority of Americans frequently turn off the lights, TV and other appliances when not in use. For most Americans, however, that is the extent of their energy efficiency. Only one in two Americans bother to replace their incandescent light bulbs with the energy-efficient florescent bulbs.