SEAL CRACKS AND GAPS AROUND YOUR HOME.
Check windows and exterior doors for drafts. Consider adding weather stripping around leaky doors and caulking window frames.
CHANGE FILTERS REGULARLY. CHANGE FURNACE AND AIR CONDITIONER FILTERS MONTHLY.
Dirty filters restrict airflow and reduce the overall efficiency of your heating and cooling system by making it work harder on hot summer days.
CLEAN THE REFRIGERATOR INSIDE AND OUT.
Now is a good time to check the temperature settings on your refrigerator after you’ve given it a good wipe-down. Ideally, a refrigerator’s temperature should be between 37 and 40 degrees for maximum operating efficiency.
By pulling down the shades on your windows this spring and summer, you could save about $35 a year. By blocking the sun, your house will stay cooler and more comfortable.
ENJOY SPRING BREEZES.
Use a clothesline during warmer months and let sunlight and breezes dry clothes naturally. This will reduce your electric bill by not running a dryer and add a natural clean scent to your laundry.