Here are some tips for lowering your energy costs:
1. Turn off lights and electronics when you’re not using them, especially if they have a remote control. If you don’t have a remote control, there’s probably an app on your phone that lets you turn off the lights from anywhere, so try it out!
2. Keep cool in the summer by closing shades, running fans, and using A/C units to manage temperatures in different rooms.
3. Keep warm in the winter by using heaters only when necessary, keeping doors closed to keep heat in, wearing layers of clothing instead of one bulky jacket or coat, turning up your thermostat when sleeping or out of the house for long periods of time (this is especially important for people who live in apartments without central heating), wearing socks at all times—even indoors—and checking that radiators are working correctly before turning them on again after being turned off during winter months.
4. Keep track of how much electricity/gas/water/etc you use each month so that you can adjust your habits accordingly if necessary! Afton MN HVAC