Do you turn off lights when leaving a room? Lower your thermostat when you’re not at home? Turn off the water while brushing your teeth? Group errands together so you do less driving?
Making the right decisions about how to save energy can have a big impact on annual energy costs and the environment. But are you making the smartest choices and doing the right things to achieve that goal?
You may think so, but there’s a big difference between “energy cutting” and “energy efficiency.” Many people mistake energy cutting for energy efficiency but while both are positive actions in the right direction, there is a big difference.
Energy cutting saves energy in the short-term. But if you really want to make a dent into your energy savings, you need to take the extra step into energy efficiency.
Replacing your home heating equipment is the first and smartest step you can take to be truly energy-efficient and save money. Here’s why:
Plus, with tax credits and other financial incentives, now may be the best time to do it!