The weather outside is frightful. And so is your energy bill. But this seasonal bill shock can be eliminated by taking control of your energy consumption and making a few changes to your home.
When Old Man Winter rears his frosty head, most homeowners know that it means a higher energy bill. Heating costs account for almost half of the average home’s energy costs. If you’re worried about the cost of your energy bill this winter, just consult our top tips...
It’s not long now until the biggest football game of 2019 comes rolling into Atlanta. Stockpiling drinks, dusting off the crock-pot and sending out invitations to your friends and family are already on your to-do list— but have you been thinking about how you can conserve energy? While it may not be top of your list of things to do, conserving energy will reduce both your carbon footprint and utility bill, meaning that you can enjoy the big game safe in the knowledge that you’re doing your bit for the environment—all while keeping your energy bill in check.
With bone-chilling weather outside, you’re probably having an internal struggle of whether or not to crank up your heat to stay warm. How did humans survive without modern conveniences such as central heating? We did it for thousands of years but nowadays it seems as though it’d be impossible! While you probably don’t want to forgo heat altogether, there are some easy ways to keep the thermostat at a reasonable temperature while still remaining as snug as a bug in a rug. Check out these five ways to save energy by keeping warm the old-fashioned way.