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See below for our top Home Maintenance Tips to help make your home more efficient.
Find and Seal All Air Leaks
Common places where air can escape from your home are the attic, windows, doors, floors, ducts, fireplaces.
Regularly Dust and Clean Appliances
Clean the debris out of the vents, grates, and coils of appliances such as the dishwasher, exhaust vent, washing machine and refrigerator. Remember to remove lint from your dryer and inspect the ducts.
Maintain and Service Your AC
Changing your air filters regularly is the best practice to help your AC run efficiently, but it is also important to have it checked before the high temperatures of spring and summer hit.
With the latest technology, you can live green all year around by programming the perfect temperatures on your thermostat.
LED Light Bulbs
According to the Department of Energy, good-quality LED bulbs can have a useful life of 25,000 hours or more. They can last more than 25 times longer than traditional light bulbs.
Dirty air filters restrict air flow and make your HVAC work harder. By changing out your air filter regularly, you keep your AC running smoothly and efficiently.
See some additional ways to reduce your energy usage below.