SWPPD Blog

 

Jan27

Stay warm; save energy

      Everyone knows that turning the thermostat down a few degrees and throwing an extra blanket on the bed can stave off high winter energy bills. Here are a few simple but lesser-known energy-savers that you might consider trying this season: Read More

Jan13

Repair or replace? Consider appliance age, repair cost

      When an older appliance is on the fritz, it usually makes sense to replace it rather than to sink money into repair after repair. But when an appliance breaks down before its expected life span has passed, a repair could be the better option. Read More

Jan06

It’s not too late for heater inspection

            So you’re home most of time—working, teaching your kids and taking care of a house that’s always full. And you were too reluctant to let a service tech into your home this fall to check your heating system. Read More

Dec16

Celebrate holidays with health, safety in mind

            It’s tough to think about all the parties, family gatherings, church services and shopping mall trips you might have to skip this holiday season as you and your family keep yourselves safe and socially distant. Read More

Nov18

Add energy efficiency to your Thanksgiving menu

It takes a lot of energy to cook all day and to host a house full of company for Thanksgiving. So while you’re making your grocery list this holiday season, start a list of ways you and your family can cut down on energy use. Read More