New habits and home energy upgrades might lead to savings

Simple actions, new habits and home energy upgrades can lead to big energy savings.

Summer energy saving tips

Summer Home Maintenance

Summer home maintenance can be done by checking appliances, caring for the house's exterior, being safe in the garage and caring for your landscaping.

Beat the Heat: 12 Summer Safety Tips

Enjoy the pleasures of summer while staying safe.

Winter energy saving tips

Energy Saving Tips for Winter

Look at these tips to save money on winter energy expenses and help winterize your home wherever you live.

Furnace Tips for Extreme Cold

During unusually cold days your furnace can work harder than usual. Read more about furnace tips in extreme cold weather.

DIY Tips for Winterizing Your Home

Winterizing your home to protect against snow and below-freezing temps can help your home withstand the ups, downs and erratic moods of Mother Nature.

All season energy saving tips

How To Save On Energy Bills

Check out these ideas to cut your home's energy bill with easy fixes and long-term solutions to save more and use less.

Energy Efficient Light Bulbs: What are the Differences?

Energy efficient lighting is quickly replacing incandescents. Here's how to know the difference between bulbs and shop smart for high efficiency lighting.

Make Your Windows Energy Efficient

Make your windows energy efficient with simple DIY updates, such as installing storm windows and sealing air leaks with caulk or weather stripping.

Help Control Your Home's Safety With Your Smartphone

The latest generation of smart home monitoring goes far beyond smoke detection and intrusion alerts.

Power Outage Tips

Be prepared for before a power outage, know what to do during a power failure and what you may need to do after one.

Storm Windows Help Protect Against Severe Weather

High temperatures, humidity, strong winds and hurricanes can really take a toll on homes. You can protect your home against the extreme elements by adding storm windows.

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