Want to know how to save on electricity bills?
Watch these DIY videos for ways to conserve energy at home — and save money!
Featured Video: Seal ductwork to help eliminate air leakage
Seasonal ways to save energy
Spring and Summer Tips
Looking for simple ways to help make your home more energy efficient for the warmer seasons? Watch our video on preparing your home for spring and summer so you can learn how to save money on your utility bill!
Preparing Your Home for Fall and Winter
Looking for quick ways to help make your home more energy efficient during the colder months? Watch our video on preparing your home for fall and winter so you can learn how to save money on your utility bill!
Energy-savings tips for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
Have a heat pump and wonder how it works? Watch our video to learn how it heats your home and how it can be used to save on your utility bill.
Do you have a room that is always too cold or too hot? Watch our video on balancing your airflow to learn tips on how to regulate that situation.
Want to add additional comfort to your home, while saving you money? Check out our video on insulation to learn more about slowing the flow of heat in your home and how you can save on your utility bill.
Want to make sure get the most out of your heating and cooling system? Check out our video on sealing your ductwork to help eliminate any air leakage, and making sure your system is running efficiently.
Other ways to save on utility bills
Causes of High Usage
We learn a lot about saving energy and how to do so. But, what causes a high energy usage bill? Watch our video on Causes of High Usage to learn more!
Space heaters can be effective in reducing your energy usage. To find out more, check out our video on Space Heaters!
A lot of items in our homes use electricity. But, just how much do they use? Watch our video on Watt Detectors to find out.
Have you ever heard unplugging electronics will help save you on your electricity bill? Watch our video on Phantom Load to get to the bottom of it!
Energy Usage FAQs