old fashioned light bulb

Every month, that bill comes in the mail or email. With a bit of help, you can get your energy costs under control and get that bill looking leaner every month!

Now the only question is, what are you going to do with all those savings?

Here are a few energy saving tips select energy-efficient window, skylights, and doors when replacing existing ones. Storm windows, caulking, weather stripping and window treatments can all be used to reduce heat loss or gain.

Alway purchase energy-efficient appliances, and be sure you always operate them in an efficient manner.

Unplug devices when they are not in use.

Do all your laundry on the same day or after 7 pm (the rates go down). Air dry when possible.

When it comes to lighting dimmers and energy-efficient light bulbs add to overall efficiency.

Keep the thermostat a couple of degrees less than normal  66° to 68° to really cut energy costs.  Start by turning it down at night or when you are heading out for a few hours.