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If you want to save electricity, you may want to consider getting an home energy assessment in MA. Our technicians will help you reduce energy bills and suggest Mass Save programs that suit your homes. We can also install insulation, LED lights, water saving devices, programmable thermostats, and energy saving power strips to help reduce your utility bills.

What Are the Things in Your House That Affect Your Energy Bills?

If you want to start on reducing your electric bill, identifying the appliances that use a lot of energy is the first step to save electricity. Appliances that are constantly used in your house affects your Massachusetts electric consumption. These vary in every home. According to studies, these machines use a lot of Massachusetts electric:

  • Central Heating and Air Conditioning

Massachusetts’ winters and summers make it hard for residents to save electricity. It can get as low as -6 degrees Celsius in winter. To maintain the room temperature, the heater uses a lot of energy, which will reflect on your utility bills.

  • Water Heater

The amounts reflected in your electric bills consist mostly of the usage of machines that produce heat because they consume more energy than other appliances. The water heater is one of the home devices that use much Massachusetts electricity. It would be hard to live every day in cold months without warm water. That is why your utility bills go up during winter.

  • Refrigerator or Freezer

People use the refrigerator every day and we cannot really turn it off just to save electricity. When your refrigerator or freezer is over ten years old, it already uses more energy.

  • Dryer

Another heating appliance that consumes a lot of Massachusetts electricity is the dryer. Every time you wash the laundry and use the dryer, it consumes Massachusetts electricity. Using the dryer every day takes a toll on your electric bills.

  • Oven Range

Cooking food is an everyday task people cannot avoid which is why the oven range is also a big part of Massachusetts homes’ utility bills. Cooking our own food at home may be more practical than dining out. However, using the oven range to make food also makes it difficult to reduce energy consumption.

  • Lighting

Do you leave the lights on all night? Then you are one of the many people who use a large amount of Massachusetts electricity. You can save electricity by turning the lights off when they are not necessary.

  • Dishwasher

The dishwasher is used as often as the oven range. Aside from Massachusetts electricity, it also uses warm water which is an additional cost.

  • Television

If watching TV is one of your hobbies, saving on electric bills will be a bit challenging especially if you have children. Game consoles can now be connected to flat screen TVs and you can surf the net using the TVs, too. In this electronic age, it gets harder to save electricity.

How Can You Save on Energy Bills?

To lessen your electrical consumption, it is best to make a list of ways to save electricity. If you start to focus on the most used appliances in your home, you can save energy better. Here are some things you can do to save electricity:

  • For Your HVAC:
    • Set your thermostat to your desired temperature or around 25 degree Celsius to save electricity. When your unit increases or decreases the temperature, it consumes more Massachusetts electricity.
    • Use fans or ceiling fans for air to circulate better to avoid increasing the temperature on your thermostat and using more Massachusetts electricity.
  • For Your Water Heater:
    • Insulate your water heater and pipes to avoid heat loss. You can avoid the continuous use of Massachusetts electricity in your home.
    • Wash clothes using cold water. Using hot water for laundry only adds to the use of the heater.
    • Shower instead of taking a bath. The shorter time you use the water heater, the more energy savings you will gain.
  • For Your Refrigerator and Freezer:
    • Clean your refrigerator regularly to help the cold air circulate inside. This lessens the strain on the machine which results in energy savings.
    • Vacuum the coils of the refrigerator to lengthen its lifespan. When the coils are clean, the refrigerator uses just the right amount of Massachusetts electricity.
  • For Your Dryer:
    • Hang your clothes to dry instead of using the dryer on sunny days. You will need effort to do this but you can save electricity better.
    • Clean the lint filter on your dryer for better function and to reduce energy consumption.
  • For Your Oven Range:
    • Keep the door of the oven properly closed to maintain the temperature inside. The oven needs to replace the heat that is lost when you open it, which means Massachusetts electricity is used.
    • Opt to use the microwave or toaster oven to save electricity. Additionally, these appliances release less heat in your house compared to oven ranges.
  • For Your Lighting:
    • Change the habit of leaving the lights on to save energy.
    • Use a dimmer to adjust the mood of the room and reduce energy consumption.
    • Replace incandescent lights with LED lights. The latter ones last longer and use less Massachusetts electricity.
  • For Your Dishwasher:
    • Wash dishes by hand when there are only a few plates to wash.
    • Use a dish rack instead of using the dish dryer to save energy.
  • For Your Television:
    • Set a time for the use of the TV to reduce electric usage.
    • Use power strips to avoid standby power.

Choose Revise Inc.

You can save electricity better by having an home energy assessment from Revise Inc. We will help you reduce your electrical consumption and evaluate your house’s possible energy savings. You can trust that your house will be well-ventilated, insulated, and energy-efficient after our visit. For more information, contact us today!

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