SWPPD Blog

 

Sep23

Save energy this fall

While families spend more time at home, they use more electricity. Luckily, mild fall weather brings with it an opportunity to save energy without sacrificing comfort. Read More

Sep16

Need an extra fridge? Here’s a buying guide

If your refrigerator or freezer is bursting with food now that you’re parsing out your trips to the grocery store and overstocking the essentials, you might need to add a second fridge to your household. Read More

Sep09

Overstocked fridge? Your food could spoil

It’s tempting to load up on multiples of milk, eggs, meat, ice cream and other refrigerated staples when you’re making fewer trips to the grocery store to limit your risk of catching coronavirus. Read More

Sep02

Time for heater maintenance. Is it safe?

Fall is the best time to have a service tech visit your home to check your heating system before it gets cold outside. But is it safe to invite a stranger into your home during the pandemic? Read More

Aug19

6 outdoor kitchen trends

            One sure way to save energy during the summer is to cook and eat outdoors. Here are six ways to spruce up your outdoor kitchens or dining area: Read More

Aug12

Save energy while binge-watching TV

            It seems like everyone is binge-watching movies and TV shows while they’re spending more time at home. Constant use of the TV can push up the family energy bill. Read More

Aug05

Run ceiling fan to save energy

            Ceiling fans don’t actually cool the air in a room. Instead, they circulate the air, so anyone who is in the room while one is running will feel a sort of breeze. That makes the person feel cooler. Read More