What's Your Home Energy IQ?
By Rachel Duthie on May 4, 2021
Are you an energy-saving pro, or could you learn a thing or two about lowering your utility bills? No matter what level you are at, developing good energy-efficient habits can save your home and your wallet. In fact, the average American household spends up to $400 a year on wasted energy costs, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Unchecked air leaks, outdated heating and cooling systems, and excessive phantom loads are only a few ways people sabotage their home's efficiency every day. Learning energy efficient best practices — like turning the lights off when you leave a room or washing your clothes in cold water — lowers your utility bills, protects the environment, and increases the comfort of your home.
So, do you know how to save energy and money in your home? Put your skills to the test by taking our quiz below!
Tags: Energy Tips, Quiz, Home Energy IQ
Categories: Energy Efficiency