Money Saving  for Your Home  

Cooling & Heating
  • Switch your ceiling fan to turn in a counter-clockwise direction In the summer; in the winter, run it
    at low speed, but clockwise.

  • Close your exterior doors and windows tightly when the AC is on. Save even more by turning off kitchen and bath exhaust fans.

  • Change or clean your AC's air filters at least once a month to keep your system running at peak performance.

  • Make sure your AC has a rating – or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) – of 15. Not only will your AC be more efficient, you could also be
    eligible for a rebate up to $300.

  • Make saving automatic: Set your thermostat fan switch to "auto" to save energy. Leaving it in the "on" position keeps air running constantly.  

  • Block the sun from overheating your home! Inside, use shades, blinds and drapes. Outside, use awnings, trees and shrubs.

  • Give your AC tune-up. Running an inefficient AC system can result in high monthly bills. Plus, you could qualify for a rebate.

  • Repair leaky ducts to reduce heating and cooling costs and qualify for a rebate up to $120 toward repairs.

  • Install attic insulation rated R-30 and sealing any attic leaks to reduce high home cooling costs. You’ll save money each month and qualify for a
    rebate of $75 or more.

  • Check for household leaks to make sure air isn't escaping through openings such as fireplace dampers, doors and windows.

  • Decorate for a cooler home by hanging light-colored curtains that allow light to enter a room while blocking some of the sun’s rays, and light-colored
    paint to reflect heat.

  • Close unused air vents. If you have central AC you can close air vent in rooms you're not using so you're not paying to cool them.

  • Plant trees to provide shade on the sunny side of your home.

  • Use ceiling fans to cool off for less. Ceiling fans use no more electricity than a standard light bulb. However, be sure to turn fans off when you leave
    — they only cool people, not rooms.

  • Raise the temperature on your thermostat by a few degrees to save on your cooling costs.

  • Install a programmable thermostat to adjust your temperature during the day.
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