Heating costs can account for up to 35% – 50% of your annual energy bill. If you live in a colder temperature zone, heating your home may be your single, largest energy expense. With some simple home-energy-conservation projects, you can stay cozy and comfortable — and financially sound.
You can take small steps every day to reduce your electricity costs. From lighting to appliances — large and small — a few, simple tips can make your home use power wisely, while still keeping your family safe and warm.
Is your home leaking money? If your house is drafty, its windows and doors may be losing more than air. Holes, gaps, and cracks can be the source of up to 30% – 50% energy loss and as much as $500 in excessive annual electricity costs. Seal up your home and start saving today.
With ENERGY STAR qualified products and practices, you can cut your energy bill by a third or $700 per year while you help make a difference for the environment.Learn How
Visit the Energy Center at your local Lowe's store for tips on how to measure, reduce, and generate energy for your home.Find a Store
Do your part - bring your rechargeable batteries, plastic bags, and CFLs to the Recycling Center at Lowe's.Find a Store
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