Energy Tips

Saving energy is on everyone’s mind these days. But it’s a fact – energy conservation definitely helps you have a more energy-efficient home, which reduces your “carbon footprint” and leads to savings on all of your energy costs!

Use these tips to help you conserve energy and save in your home:

Install a programmable thermostat. When properly used, it could save as much as $100 or more off your annual heating bills.
Use ceiling fans to cool your home. They’re much cheaper to operate than air conditioners. Moving air feels cooler so you can keep your thermostat setting higher.
Change or clean your air conditioning filter monthly during cooling season to improve efficiency and to extend the life of your air conditioner.
Get a heating system tune-up.
Check your doorways and windows for any air leaks.

Energy conservation is vitally important to the budgets of Connecticut homeowners. That’s why we offer energy conservation tips that can save money – and energy.