You often hear about the importance of maintaining a clean filter, but have you ever wondered how a dirty filter can increase your energy costs?
A wood-burning fireplace creates a cozy atmosphere, but nearly 90 percent its heat is lost through the chimney. Learn how to make your fireplace more energy efficient.
Did you know Americans throw away about 25 percent more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve? Check out our three top tips to make your holidays greener than ever.
Every month, your bill tells you how many kilowatt hours you've used. But the question is - how efficiently are you using your kWh? Here are some ways you can use that energy to bring fun to this holiday season.
Energy efficiency is a gift that keeps on giving year-round in lower energy bills and increased home comfort.
Did you know that as much as 15% of the energy in the average American home is used in the kitchen? Whether or not you're hosting this Thanksgiving, check out our three top tips to ensure you're conserving energy in the kitchen.
The holidays are a time for family, friends, fun and food! Making a memorable holiday meal is no small feat, and all that cooking can crank up your energy use and your monthly bill. These quick tips can help you save energy and money without scrimping on your celebration.
It finally feels like fall in most of our service area, which means the holidays are right around the corner. Why not get a jump-start on the celebrations by making sure your kitchen is as energy efficient as it can be?
Air leaks in your home may be costing you money. Fortunately, sealing those leaks is an easy and inexpensive fix that will save you money and make your home more comfortable, especially heading into the winter months.