icastusa January 30, 2017 Blog 10 Comments
Thanks for the tip to set the thermostat on the water heater to 120 degrees Fahrenheit for the best usage and comfortable water temperature. If I were to look into providing water treatment, I would find good water dealer sales leads and provide tips to homeowners as to how they could better use their water. I would also look into getting Energy Star models for water heaters and other appliances.
I liked you tip to turn off appliances that were not in use, as it can save energy that would go to random loading.Also, I think another tip to save would be to replace older appliances, as they tend to use more energy. Thanks for sharing these tips on how to save energy!
These tips are very useful, especially with today’s ongoing high energy demand of every household. Thanks for sharing this post.
I like that you said that changing your appliances with energy-efficient can help you save up to $245 dollars per appliances. My sister is thinking of buying a new refrigerator for her home. I’m going to suggest to her about getting an energy star fridge.
thanks for the information
I thought it was great that you said solar panels can help you save on your energy bill and are more environmentally friendly. My husband and I are looking for ways to decrease our energy bills long-term to save up some money. I will look into solar panel companies in Denver, CO this week.
Really good and detailed blog on saving energy! Thanks a lot. We have been following most of these at home and especially after our home renovation 4 months back. We also got a home energy monitoring device called Ohm Assistant (http://ohmassistant.com/) for our home. This helps us track the electricity usage of all our devices and helps us optimizing their usage. Thus, saving money on electricity bills too. 😀
It’s important to me to save energy and save my money. I’m glad that you talk about the connection between the two. I personally save about $25 a month by keeping my thermostat 5 degrees cooler/warmer. I wear jackets in the house in the winter and tank tops in the summer. $25 might not sound like a lot; but that’s almost $300 a year! These tips are very useful, especially in today’s modern world. Thanks for sharing this post.
My parents and I noticed that our home bill has sky-rocketed and we want to find out the reason why. I like that you recommend upgrading my home insulation since it’s one of the biggest factors of your energy bill going up, as well as controlling the hot water usage. I will make sure that I follow your advice, but I will also look for a home energy audit company so that they can help me more.
All excellent tips. Really useful especially the vampire load concept.
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