Click here for all you need to know about home energy savings. You can start with small measures to save energy in your home such as switching over to compact fluorescent bulbs, putting your electronic devices on a power strip and turning it off when not in use, or setting back your thermostat when you’re not at home.
Once you have conquered the small stuff, you might consider home energy improvements such as air sealing and insulation or even upgrading your windows or boiler. For us in the high country, most of our energy bill comes from heating. So it’s important to understand how your heating system works and what the most efficient options are for heating.
Before replacing your furnace or boiler or doing any other energy upgrades, we highly recommend having an energy audit completed on your home first. Below is a great video that takes your through a home energy audit.
If you’re considering any home energy improvements, sign up for Energy Smart Colorado.