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Energy Savers That Work
reduce energy use
Your guide to cutting energy costs around the home without sacrificing comfort.

saving energy
Learn the ins and outs of maintaining your home's heating and air conditioning system to improve performance and durability.

Discover little-known tips about water heater maintenance to cut its energy consumption and lengthen its life.

Explore energy audits and how they help you put a stop to unnecessary home heating and air conditioning costs, whether you do them yourself or hire a pro.

Find where to make home improvement investments to increase your home's value.

Watch this video to learn why it matters so much to you and the planet. See more informative videos!

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Value priced as an e-book or as an easy-to-use printed copy, Energy Savers That Work will cut monthly bills and increase the life of your appliances.
Instead of saving energy by adjusting the thermostat, explore better approaches for losing those high utility bills. Energy Savers That Works explains in simple words and ways how to lower energy consumption.
Save 30% Zone your home (page 17) 
Save 20% Seal the ductwork (page 10)
Save 10% Turn the water heater down (page 26)
Overall energy efficiency in the U.S. is 42 percent. It includes every sector of the economy, including transportation,
industry, agriculture, commercial and residential. The U.S. has the dubious honor of being the most wasteful country
in the world when it comes to energy efficiency.
The good news is that residential energy efficiency is among the highest of all sectors. Just 20 percent is wasted in
residential homes overall. Even so, with a population over 323 million in 2016, the amount of electricity used in
homes totaled 20,083 trillion Btus in 2017.
These are massive numbers and there is room for improvement. If each person in the U.S. decreased inefficiency by 10
percent, together we’d save 589,000,000,000 (589 billion) kilowatts or 597 billion pounds of coal and billions of
cubic feet of natural gas. Saving energy through improving home energy efficiency is the fastest and easiest way
for most of us to do our part to lower carbon emissions and slow climate change.