Energy Saver Guide – Tips on Saving Energy and Money in Your Home
Energy is the third-largest household expense item after the mortgage/rent and food. The average American family spends about $8,000 every year on energy. And energy prices are increasing much faster than most other expenses – in average over 5% per year. But savings of several hundred or over a thousand dollars every year – or sometimes much more – are easily possible with only minor improvements and changes in behavior.
And you have the power to save money and energy in your own home. Saving energy reduces our nation’s demand for the resources needed to make energy, and improving your energy efficiency is like adding another clean energy source to our electric power grid. The result is reduced utility bills and money in your pocket. Improving your energy efficiency can also improve the comfort of your home and your quality of life.
This guide shows you how easy it is to reduce your energy use at home and on the road. You’ll find quick tips you can use to reduce your electricity bill immediately, as well as information on larger projects that will help you save thousands and sometimes tens of thousands of dollars over the long term.
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