Energy efficiency can be carried out as easily as flipping move turning off lights when you leave a room or keep the thermostat at a suitable place to establish it cold on a hot day. A typical family spends around $2,000 a year on home utility bills. Heating and cooling are on energy bills that occupy half of the energy consumption of a House, followed by large appliances and electronic devices, equipment for water heating and lighting. Below, we’ve included a few very simple steps to save energy, although often overlooked, you can apply to take advantage of their energy consumption. If you are committed to saving energy and money, consider well observe these recommendations for each category to achieve greater efficiency:-put the thermostat between 78 and 80 degrees during the warmer months. During the colder months, an adjustment of the thermostat between 68 to 70 degrees is highly recommended. -Use a programmable thermostat to manage your heating system per day and cooling needs.
Try with a peak of savings without thermostat. -Try to circulate air with portable fans through the roof to make the room feel cooler. -Turn off the TV, fan and lights or lamps when you leave a room. -Buy compact fluorescent lamps to replace incandescent bulbs which are less efficient. -Buy appliances and low consumption products.
Check Energy Guide label and look for the ENERGY STAR logo on the purchase of these items that help prevent the dreaded global warming. -Turn off or unplug electronic devices such as computers, tools, cell phones, digital cameras and MP3 Chargers, when they are not being used. -Reduce use of hot water take short showers, use cold water to wash clothes, etc – try to use natural gas instead of water heaters, dryers, stoves because they are energetically more efficient than their electrical counterparts. Consider the possibility of an economic reimbursement to use Natural Gas – perform an energy audit of origin to reduce common inefficiencies.