1- Use energy efficient or CFL bulbs which can reduce your lighting cost by up to 30%.
2- Fill your water bottle with regular or filtered tap water or use a water filter.
3- Set your thermostat 2-3 degrees lower in the winter and 2-3 degrees higher in the summer then you normally would. This will help you save on heating and cooling costs.
5- Wrap your water heater in a special tank blanket for as low as $13.
6- Use a water heater timer and set it to turn off at night while your asleep.
7- Unplug appliances when you’re not using them.
8- Use a energy saving power strip. These specialized power strips sense when appliances are off and disables them from sucking energy.
9- Install blinds that help keep inside temperatures down in the summer.
10- Wash your clothes in cold water.
11- Replace old appliances with newer energy efficient appliances
12- Use the lower watt bulbs for lights that are used most often such as bathrooms and stairways.
13- Shut down electronics when they are not in use
14- Use a motion sensor lights for outside lighting.
15- Turn off lights when you’re not using them.
16- Invest in a programable thermostat. You can set it o off when your at work and program it to come on a few minutes before you return home.
17- Hang clothes to dry outdoors or indoors on a clothes dryer rack.
18- When replacing a dryer, get one with moisture sensor.
19- Conserve water by taking shorter showers.