Combine cranking up the heat with flipping the switch on those holiday lights, and you make for a high electric bill. There are energy and cost saving steps you can take!
For this time of year, the first thing homeowners should do is schedule a service appointment with a technician to check the heating system – filters, vents, ductwork, everything.
Regular HVAC check-ups ensure that your equipment is running as efficiently as possible and ready for the change in season.
LED string lights are the perfect alternative for holiday lighting. They use 75% less energy than traditional incandescent models. LEDs are much safer, since they’re cooler to the touch. LED lights are also long lasting!