Published on October 16th, 2013 | by Cynthia Shahan


Home Energy Saver Site Shares Valuable Energy Audit Tool & More

October 16th, 2013 by  

It pays to be efficient with energy. It’s common sense. Do this for yourself, for your next holidays, for future generations, and for the well-being of the planet.

The US Department of Energy has the best checklist yet. Check out the Home Energy Saver DIY Audit. Type in your zip code, import energy score inputs, and calculate your savings with the energy calculator. With all sorts of advice and analysis, see how you can save up and how much you can save up.

US Dept. of Energy

You can look into energy-saving solutions such as:

You can also find out from members of Home Energy Saver what others have to say…. This is a relevant part of this resource as members’ discussions further add information well beyond the effective DIY Home Energy Audit. With a variety of options such as:

Numerous personal experiences, challenges, and recommendations are shared there as case studies, such as: Case Study: Experiences in an All-LED Home or Case Study: Pacifica Coastal Cottage, to note only a couple.

The site is filled with energy-saving tools, tips, community discussions, photos, and shared videos such as Home Energy Saving Tips — Home 101:

Check it out and get saving today!

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  • Rogier F. van Vlissingen

    It is a shame that the popular delusion that energy savings is the object of the exercise continues, and people continue to save themselves poor by squandering money on the latest energy saving gadget. Once people learn to focus on long term property values and reducing GHG-emissions, renewable energy will finally get the primary focus, which it deserves and needs. Until then, the masses will continue to go like lemmings off a cliff, all the while saving energy.

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