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Why? Use of ENERGY STAR certified products can save you up to 30% of your home energy...
Save up to $130 per year—varies by item
7,918 people do this
Why? Inefficient incandescent bulbs, despite their low initial price tag, are costly to run and replace in the long term. Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs)...
Save up to $115 over bulb life
5,698 people do this
Why? When your home is empty, your heating and cooling systems are still using energy to maintain the temperature set on your thermostat. By turning your...
Save up to $365 per year
5,995 people do this
Why? Improving the insulation in your home can be the single most effective action you can take to save energy. Improvements to insulation can help you stay warmer...
Save up to $200 per year
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Why? You could save up to 50% on cooling costs by switching to a newer, more efficient air conditioner. When you decide to replace your old air conditioner,...
Save up to $50 per year
907 people do this
Why? Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) offer an easy and affordable way to save energy and money, but these lights may not operate as efficiently as possible with light...
2,678 people do this
Why? In the colder months, heating may account for the largest part of your energy use. If your furnace is more than 15 years old and needs to be replaced, choose...
Save up to $360 per year
1,567 people do this
Why? A typical water heater continually heats water in a storage tank so that it is always available — similar to keeping your coffee pot warm all day. An on...
Save up to $115 per year
565 people do this