If yours is anything like the average American home, a massive 48 percent of what you spend on energy each year goes on heating and cooling. For most households, keeping the temperature comfortable is the single largest energy expense.
So being smart about how you control your temperature settings can save you a hefty chunk of energy––and money.
Of course, you could take
Nothing says “spa experience” like standing under a showerhead as big as, well, your head. But while indoor rain showers may seem like only a perk for the posh, you can actually have the same experience in your own home. Since 1992, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has required that every showerhead sold in America have a flow of 2.5 gallons per minute (gpm) or
In a nutshell, an advanced power strip (APS) is a simple, low-cost way to manage your electronics—and save energy and money.
Let’s dig into how an APS does this—and why you’ll want to add one to your Wish List right now.How does an APS save energy?
Did you know that the electronic devices in your home or workplace are still using small amounts of electricity even when th