In March, we set our clocks forward and Daylight Savings brings us out of winter hibernation, into the spring season. Spring is that time of year when we think about deep cleaning, purging storage, and getting back out in the yard. It’s also a good time to think about taking charge of your energy bill and reducing your environmental impact.
Did you know the energy use in your home produces twice the amount of air pollution as your car?
But a change as small as switching from incandescent light bulbs to ENERGY STAR certified LED light bulbs can greatly reduce your environmental impact.
How, you ask?