Ideas to cut energy bills

It costs more than $2,200 a year in energy bills to run the average American home, and more than half of that is for heating and cooling. Read More


Replace your power strips

When you leave home electronics like TVs, computers and game consoles plugged in all the time—even when they’re turned off—they continue to use small amounts of electricity.         That’s a waste of electricity—and a waste of your money because you continue to pay for the power they consume, even if you’re not getting any benefit from it. In fact, the U.S. Department of Energy estimates that his “vampire load” can add up to $200 a year to your electric bill. Read More