The Energy Information Administration estimates that over 40 percent of home energy costs come from cooling and heating our homes. As a result, reducing the amount of energy we use for heating and cooling can significantly lower our overall energy bills.
We use energy every day for our air conditioners, heating, lighting and office equipment. However, there are times when our energy bills are higher than normal; especially if the weather is extreme or we have appliances that require a great deal of energy.
Throughout much of America, summer temperatures can become quite warm. In an ideal world where money and the environment have no consequence, we would run our air conditioning units non-stop and enjoy the cool temperatures of our home without a second thought. However, money and the environment are of consequence. Finding ways to stay cool […]
When you want to save money on summer cooling, it is essential that you find the most energy efficient way to cool your home, especially as temperatures begin to rise. Simple steps, such as making sure your air conditioner is serviced on an annual basis can play a major role in lowering utility bills, but […]