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ENERGY STAR Tips

Make Plan:
Visit energystar.gov and use EPA’s online tools to help you assess your home and make it more energy-efficient. Whether you do it yourself or hire a professional, recommendations from ENERGY STAR can reduce your utility bills by up to 30%, make you more comfortable, and protect our environment.

Make Saving Energy Entertaining
Make sure your next TV has earned the ENERGY STAR. Look for ENERGY STAR qualified components, including DVD players, sound systems, and set-top boxes.

Seal and Insulate
Use caulk, spray foam, and weather stripping to seal your home’s outer walls, ceilings, windows, doors, and floors. Add insulation to your attic to help keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Also seal leaks and repair disconnections in your home’s duct system to improve efficiency.

Heat and Cool Efficiently
Change your air filter at least once every 3 months, have your heating and cooling systems tuned-up by a professional annually, and install and properly use a programmable thermostat. When replacing heating or cooling equipment, choose models that have earned the ENERGY STAR and ask your contractor if they follow the ENERGY STAR Quality Installation guidelines.

Thermostat Setpoint Chart

Always Look for the Star
Choose products that have earned the ENERGY STAR label. While offering all the features you want, these products also meet strict guidelines to help you save money and protect our environment. Products with the ENERGY STAR label are available in more than 60 product categories – and even new homes can earn the ENERGY STAR.

Go Whole-House
Find out if Home Performance with ENERGY STAR is available in your area. Through this program, specially-trained contractors will evaluate your home using state-of-the-art equipment and provide recommendations to improve your home’s energy efficiency and comfort. They can also help you get the work done right!

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