INFOGRAPHIC: Fall Energy-Saving Tips

Cozy up to these energy-saving tips and techniques to help keep out the cold air and reduce heat loss during colder months.

  • December 01, 2017

As the weather gets cooler, you can find opportunities to reduce your home energy use and stay warm. From using natural sunlight to heat your home, to upgrading your lightbulbs, or sealing air leaks around windows and doors, you can take easy steps to save energy and money.

Here are some ways to reduce your home energy usage during the cooler season:

  • Replace inefficient lighting
  • Find and seal air leaks
  • Clean your gutters
  • Maintain your heating system
  • Use a programmable thermostat

If you are renter, consider checking with your property’s management office to see if they perform weatherization services as part of the building’s maintenance.

For more tips on how to maximize savings in your home year-round, visit our Home Energy Guide.

Fall Energy Saving Tips Infographic


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