By blocking cold air from entering your living areas, mud rooms cut your heating costs.
Regular maintenance of our air conditioner produces significant energy savings.
Programmable thermostats help manage your energy use.
Insulating water pipes is cheap, easy to do, and one of the best ways to save on energy costs.
A lot of heat is lost through poorly sealed windows; upgrading can help you save.
Compact fluorescent and LED lights cost more than regular lightbulbs, but they save money over the long run.
Collecting rainwater during stormy spring months will give you plenty to use on your lawn during the summer.
Water recycled from your drains can be used to water plants or wash your car.
Tankless boilers heat water on demand, saving energy.
Older appliances are very inefficient; newer models save both water and energy.
A home energy audit that uses an infrared camera can help cut your heating bills and make your home greener.
Cellulose insulation, made from recycled newspaper and books, is one of the most energy-efficient building materials.
You don't have to take shorter showers to save water; low-flow aerators cut usage.
Dark roofs absorb heat, significantly increasing the cost of air conditioning in hot climates.
Subdividing your house into different temperature zones can help you conserve energy.
Wood stoves are aesthetically pleasing and help you save on your heating bills.