As you venture out for your favorite summer projects and activities, make sure to stay safe with these electric safety tips.
We’ve all ramped up our handwashing routines in recent months and are likely spending more time at the faucet – which makes this a great time to keep your water heater running as efficiently as possible.
Current events have us all experiencing more anxiety than usual. But if you can get out to enjoy the fresh air of your yard, you have a mood booster right at your fingertips: nature.
“Do I need to unplug my laptop at night?” All your work-from-home energy efficiency questions answered.
We know we’re no Joanna, but here are some bonus tips to help you save energy and stay safe during your annual spring cleaning.
The seasonal limbo has us wearing sweaters but dreaming of swimming pools. Your furnace is in limbo too. It’s been working hard all winter but has no vacation in sight. Here are some tips for you - and your furnace - to stay happy until Spring comes.
The bad guys are really good at their jobs, and work really hard to get you to take an action you shouldn’t take. Here are some clues that you’re dealing with an attacker, according to SANS Security Awareness.
Habits can be tricky things. Sometimes they’re easy to establish and stick to. Other times, it seems like no matter how hard you try, they just don’t take.
When the temperature outside drops, the temperature inside tends to rise. But that doesn’t mean utility bills need to rise, too.
Put a new twist on this holiday tradition (and save money and energy while you’re at it).
When it comes to stringing lights on our homes for the holidays, it’s almost inevitable that you’ll find yourself on a ladder. Follow these steps to safely use your ladder while you hang up holiday lights.
When it came to lighting up his home for the holidays, Clark Griswold stopped it nothing to make sure his place was the brightest on the block.
As we gear up for the transition, now is a good time to make sure your furnace is ready for the temperatures to dip.
Today, with improvements in efficient lighting, it’s likely that Daylight Saving Time isn’t saving you a lot of energy. But the annual need to set your clocks back, is a great opportunity to check on a few other important things around your home.
It’s fall! Time to sip on pumpkin spice lattes, jump in the leaves and settle into long Sunday afternoons watching football.
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You’ve probably been taking steps to be more energy efficient without realizing it. Don’t believe me?
Electric vehicles aren’t new. According to the Department of Energy, the first small-scale electric cars were introduced in 1828.
Thank you, air conditioner. You’ve been my rock this summer, always there when I needed you.
I don’t usually pay much attention to my air conditioner. I switch it on in the summer when I need it, and I forget about during fall, winter and spring.
I’m ready for a summer slow-down. For easy mornings without the school rush and long evenings with bbqs and bike rides.
Let’s be honest: when it comes to cooling my home, I care much more about comfort than I do about cost.
Target is full of school supplies and Hobby Lobby is filling its aisles with Christmas décor, but – fingers crossed - we still have a lot of summer left.