They say everything is bigger in Texas…
Unfortunately, that applies to your energy bill as well…
Texas summers are one of the hottest amongst all states. Roasting 100-degree days are not uncommon, which means North Texas households need to brace for upcoming skyrocketing energy bills this summer. Scorching heat means more energy and more money.
“According to the US Department of Energy, a typical US household spends at least $2,200 per year on energy bills” 1
So, is there an easy way to save energy and save money? Many households hire professionals to perform home energy audit and evaluate what measures need to be taken to make one’s home more energy efficient. However, sometimes it is enough to adopt a few simple energy-saving steps to see a big difference in your energy bill.
Here are few energy-saving tips you may want to use this summer:
Caulking. As easy as that, spending a little time (on average 1 – 2 hours) sealing leaks in windows, doors and wall joints can save you anywhere from 5% to 30% per year in energy costs.2 You can detect air leaks by conducting a visual inspection and inspecting all areas where two building materials meet.
Switch to Propane Gas. Last but not least, consider using Nelsons Propane Gas to power up appliances (stoves to clothes dryers), pool heaters, outdoor lights and more. Propane Gas is much more energy efficient than electricity or natural gas. For example, by switching to a propane gas powered water heater you might save up to “60% in operating costs”.4
In addition, propane gas is very safe (non-toxic and environment-friendly) and does not require much maintenance.
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“Energy Saver” by U.S. Department of Energy on energy.gov. Published on 5/2014, accessed on 5/21/18
“Lower Your Electric Bill by Sealing Air Leaks Around Your Home” by electricchoice.com. Published on 7/30/15, accessed on 5/21/18
“Savings Project Lower Water Heating Temperature” by U.S. Department of Energy on energy.gov. Published on n.d., accessed on 5/21/18
“How Propane Can Save Energy Throughout Your Home” by gbenergy.com. Published on n.d., accessed on 5/21/18