Home Performance with ENERGY STAR is a comprehensive, whole house approach to improving energy efficiency and comfort at home, while reducing your energy costs and helping the environment.
Refrigerators keep food fresh, but they can take up as much space on your electric bill as they do in your kitchen.
A wood-burning fireplace adds beauty and a comfortable atmosphere, but it’s not an efficient way to heat a home. It can actually increase your winter energy bills! Nearly 90 percent of the heat produced by a wood-burning fireplace is lost through the chimney. Also, an open fireplace pulls in more air than is needed for burning, reducing the efficiency of your home even more.
Own a house that does more and works harder for you and your family. You can save money, increase comfort, and help the environment by improving your home’s energy efficiency. Installing energy-efficient upgrades may be easier than you think.
So, you’ve been thinking about switching to LED light bulbs, you go to the hardware store, find the correct aisle, and then find yourself paralyzed by all the different options – sound familiar?
Thinking about moving? Build a new future and construct an ENERGY STAR certified new home today! Choosing an ENERGY STAR certified new home means owning a house that is not only built better, but made to help you save money and live more comfortably.
Money-Saving Tips for Water Heating Water heating accounts for nearly 20 percent of the energy costs in a typical home, according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). By finding ways to conserve water use and improve the efficiency of your hot water appliances and equipment, you can save substantially on your utility bills. Conserving…
Hey, kids! Are your parents always telling you to turn off the lights when you leave a room? Well, there’s a really good reason why, and it’s YOU! Every time you switch off the lights, you are helping to ensure a healthy future for you, and the planet! Check out the video below to learn…
Do you know what energy efficiency really means? It’s more than just saving energy. Check out our video below to get the complete answer on energy efficiency. Because when NHSaves, we all win!
• The DOE publishes minimum energy performance standards for refrigerators and freezers. • New, energy efficient refrigerators have better insulation and more efficient compressors. • New modifications reduce compressor run time, which eliminates extra heat from the compressor. The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) proposed minimum energy performance levels for appliances over the…