Left unaddressed, pests (mice, squirrels or other rodents, termites, bats, etc.) can destroy materials and the overall building structure. Pests can also lead to serious occupant health problems or building-related illnesses.
Calculation in Completed Actions is actual savings which is updated monthly.
A thorough water analysis on your property will provide you with the detailed information you need to properly evaluate your options. That information will increase the level of confidence for actions you may be considering, will provide a better understanding of your system, as well as provide specific information for you and professionals.
Many refrigerators are energy inefficient, especially older models. While you're at it, recycle or unplug the spare refrigerator in your garage--it can add 10%-25% to your energy costs!
ENERGY STAR certified clothes washers use about 25% less energy and 33% less water than regular washers.
ENERGY STAR® certified dishwashers use 25% less energy than conventional dishwashers.
This will reduce water and energy waste. Shower timers are an inexpensive and easy way to help limit the length of showers, while making it feel like a game.
You can save 2%-3% in winter energy costs for every degree you lower your thermostat. This will help you use less energy, and you can limit the impact to comfort with the use of additional clothing and blankets.
Cold water cleans just as well with modern detergents and can save a substantial amount of energy.
Colder temperatures require a forced defrost cycle, which uses additional energy.
If your refrigerator is typically empty, or you will be gone from your home for more than a month, you could reduce energy waset by emptying it and turning it off.