No wonder these small appliances are so popular, they use up to 70% less energy than an electric stove.
A full jug of water is a great option to keep your fridge cool so it cycles less often.
Save up to $25 a year by keeping your fridge at 2°C and your freezer at -18°C.
Skipping a dishwasher's heat-dry setting on one load of dishes a day can save up to $37 a year.
For streaming movies and TV, game consoles require up to 40% more power than other streaming devices.
Try upgrading to smart power bars or smart strips that shut off the power to any devices not being used. You could save up to $50 a year.
That’s right. Each ENERGY STAR LED bulb could save you up to $100 in electricity over its 15 year lifetime.
ENERGY STAR rated TVs use at least 30% less electricity than other TVs - especially older models.
Turn your thermostat down 2-5 degrees to save up to 5-10% on your bill - or up to $72 a year.
Blocking afternoon sun could save you up to $10 (2 fans) or up to $45 (1 AC window unit) during the summer.
Use foam gaskets on exterior wall outlets and light switches to stop cold air from getting in.
Is your home letting warm air out? Sealing gaps and cracks can help reduce heat loss by up to 10%.
Adding a dry towel to your dryer load speeds up drying. For 7 loads a week, you could save up to $27 a year.
If your electric hot water heater is warm to the touch, it’s losing heat and needs an insulation blanket.
If you hang-dry 4 loads of laundry every week, you could save up to $47 a year.
Using cold water, and cutting just 1 laundry load a week could save you up to $27 a year.