Energy Saving Tips for Ohio’s Bitter 2014 Winter

Winter is upon us, which means for most homes the thermostat goes up. Heating costs are expected to increase more than 90 percent in the U.S. due to increasing prices for natural gas and electricity, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration short term energy outlook. Making your home energy efficient and reducing energy costs can be easier than you think. These tips will help you save energy and money.

One way to save energy is to properly maintain your heating equipment or if your equipment is in need of replacement, a high efficiency model can decrease your use of energy and utility costs. Use this energy calculator to see how much you can save. It is also recommended to replace furnace filters every three months, particularly if you hav Continue reading