How To Save Money On Your Home Energy Bills – “Home Savvy”

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October 26, 2012 ‐ By Madame Noire

In this episode we’ll show you how to efficiently save money on your home’s energy, heating and water bills.

 

How To Save Money On Your Home Energy Bills:

Great installation paired with a good sealant can save you up to 33% on your home energy bills.

Great Stuff Window And Door Insulating Foam Sealant- Seals, Feels & Insulates Cracks & Gaps up to 1 inch. Takes the shape of the crack or void to form an airtight water resistant seal.

 

Dap Dynaflex 230 Premium Indoor/Outdoor Sealant- Used for Door & Window Treatments.

 

Honeywell Wi-Fi Programmable Touchscreen Thermostat-  Has wifi compatibility, which allows you to control it from your smart phone, tablet or other mobile devices.

 

How To Save Money On Your Water Bill:

The average household can save up to 2,300 gallons of water a year, by ensuring they have the correct shower head installed.

WaterPik EcoFlow 5- Spray Hand Shower- Provides great water pressure and conserves water.

How To Cut Back On Appliance Bills:

Save up to $104.00 on lifetime operating expenses, by changing to an appliance model that is energy star qualified.

 

Using Energy Star Appliance brands such as GE, LG, Maytag & World Pool will provide you with optimal savings.

 

 

WANT MORE HOME SAVVY? WATCH THESE EPISODES: 

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  • RESNET SmartHome

    These are great tips for saving on your monthly energy bills! Very practical. We hear from lots of homeowners wondering where to start — windows, doors, heating, insulation…?! It’s tough to know unless you get input from a pro first. A certified home rater can give you great insight about places in your home that are costing you the most. It’s helpful so you don’t spend time and money “fixing” something that really needs to be replaced, or vice versa.

    Just thought I’d share that with your readers. Thanks!