Have you ever received your energy bill and wondered which appliances use the most energy? Don’t worry – you’re not alone. Discover six tips to save energy and money!

Read More

Winterizing is an important step to keep your home cozy and your bills low. These tried-and-true methods and essential tips will ensure your home is sealed tight and ready for colder weather.

Read More

Heating and cooling account for about half the energy used in a typical home, so it’s a great place to use less energy. When used wisely, your thermostat can help reduce wasted energy. 

Read More
By Pat Keegan and Brad Thiessen If you’re handy or like taking on a challenge, do-it-yourself (DIY) projects can be rewarding. There’s something rewarding about rolling up your sleeves and seeing the result of your hard work. But when it comes to home improvement, some projects – including energy efficiency...
Read More

With Father’s Day this month, you might be thinking about buying some rechargeable power tools for the dad in your life whether that’s your husband or father. If your loved one enjoys tackling home projects, rechargeable tools are an excellent gift idea.

Read More

The ground beneath us has incredible benefits. In fact, you can also harness the power of the earth to heat and cool your home renewably and efficiently.

Read More

Since many smart home technologies are new and cutting-edge, the cost of owning these devices can sometimes be a major barrier. Luckily, there are several inexpensive options for smart home devices that won’t break the bank while still offering nearly all the same benefits.

Read More

If your home improvement budget calls for upgrading just one kitchen appliance this year, which appliance replacement will help reduce your energy bills the most?

Read More

In many homes, about half of the conditioned air leaks to the outside every hour. The good news, especially if you don’t want to spend a lot of money, or if you’re hesitant to invite contractors into your home right now, is that you can seal air leaks on your own with a little time and effort. 

Read More

Better energy efficiency at home starts with savings, not sales, and an energy audit conducted by a trained energy advisor can help you get there.

Read More

« Back