Home energy efficiency guide

Home energy efficiency guide

Home energy efficiency guide

Home energy efficiency guide

In today's world, energy efficiency is more important than ever, and the majority of energy consumption typically happens at home. From turning off a light bulb to installing state-of-the-art solar panels, there is an endless array of options available to help homeowners and renters increase the energy efficiency of their homes. It doesn't matter if you are living in a small downtown apartment, in a single family home in the suburbs or on a large rural estate — you can find small or large ways to reduce your home's energy consumption and potentially reduce your electricity, gas or water bills.

To guide you on this energy efficiency journey, we have divided this guide into four sections:

Energy use in your home

Energy use in your home

Stop wasting money by being mindful of how much power different items require to run. Maybe next time, avoid the hairdryer and use a towel instead. Even little changes like this will deliver amazing results over time.

Learn how much power home devices and appliances use ›

 
10 energy saving quick fixes

10 energy saving quick fixes

Here you can find tips on the quickest and easiest home improvement projects to increase the energy efficiency of your home.

Get started with these 10 energy saving quick fixes ›

 
Home energy improvement projects

Home energy improvement projects

These projects take a bit more time and money but could provide an even bigger increase in energy savings.

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Energy-efficient appliances & products

Energy-efficient appliances & products

If you are ready for a greater investment of money and time, this section can help you complete larger projects or decide which outdated appliances to replace with more energy efficient ones.

Learn more about energy-efficient appliances & products ›