Cutting back on home-energy costs doesn’t have to stop at a home-energy audit and weatherization improvements. There’s a lot of money to be saved not only on your utility bill, but also on your everyday product consumption. Cutting back on the amount of paper you throw away or recycle at home can make a big difference to your pocket book and to the environment.
It’s the end of summer and the air is still warm. It may be hard to think about the incoming winter weather when Colorado residents can still go hiking in a pair of shorts and a T-shirt, but now is the time to start weatherizing your home. Putting in the time for energy-efficient weatherization improvements now can save your family time and money once the cold weather begins. Here are six great tips for home weatherization improvements you can make on your own that won’t break the bank.
Energy conservation is a hot topic these days. There are environmental and monetary benefits to using less energy. Having an energy-efficient home can make a huge difference for Colorado consumers. Here are some amazing statistics that will shine a light on energy conservation and savings.
The Energy Resource Center has been helping families in Elbert, El Paso, Douglas, Fremont and Teller counties stay warm and safe in their homes since 1979.
The work we do to help families make their houses more energy efficient provides a lasting solution to an increasingly costly problem.