How to cut down on your energy costs in winter?
How to Save in Winter
As winter approaches and we brace for chilly winds and low temperatures, it is important to keep some tips in mind on how to save on your gas bills.
Just a few simple actions can reduce your bills, so you can spend more on what really matters — your organization and your community!
Turn Down the Heat
Perhaps the most obvious tip of all, but always a good reminder for yourself and your staff. If you can, lower your thermostat, especially in rooms you are not using.
Update Your Appliances
Have an old oven or dishwasher in your community rooms? Old appliances can be a huge drain on your energy consumption without you even realizing it. While investing in updated appliances may be costly, it will save you money in the long run. If you’re ready to update your appliances, look for the ENERGY STAR qualification, which ensures low energy usage.
Get an Energy Audit
Having a certified professional come to your location for an audit can help you identify both big and small steps on how to reduce your consumption. These experts can identify problems with insulation or faulty equipment. If you’re interested in finding out more on how to set up an energy audit, email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put in touch with our team at Constellation Energy.