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Grab your favorite boots and a cup of something pumpkin spiced, because Fall is officially here. For many this is a favorite time of year, as we get to turn off the air conditioning and enjoy the mild days and cooler nights of autumn. But, what you may not know is that this is the perfect time to get your home ready to save on energy during the colder months ahead. With the typical household spending about $2,000 a year on energy bills, you can save 30% (about $575) with ENERGY STAR certified products. Check out the top ways to get your home ready to save big all season long!

lady with thermostat

Smart, connected thermostats are all the rage, and EPA is now awarding the ENERGY STAR label to those that deliver on the promise of energy savings.  That’s all well and good, but what if you don’t want a smart thermostat, or it’s not in your budget right now?

You can save money and energy with the thermostat you have.  It all comes down to properly setting your thermostat. 

Consider these two homes:

The Reynolds Family   

girl with leaves

Fall is officially here, with its warm sweaters, crisp temperatures and pumpkin spiced everything. For many this season is just about perfect, but that brisk chill in the air also means that many of us will start to crank up the heat, as we try to keep our homes nice and comfortable. As you head into fall, these simple tips can help you keep those high energy bills at bay and make a difference in protecting our environment.