How to Conserve Energy with a Full House

How to Conserve Energy For Your Full House.

Winter is here, and that means the holiday season is upon us. You've placed your decorations around the house, prepped for all the big meals and parties and you're probably hosting a few extra guests --making your home pretty full. 

With all this holiday prep, have you thought about if your home is ready for higher energy usage? In the winter season, it doesn't take much to spike your utility bill for the month, especially around the holidays. Whether you're hosting the whole family for dinner or just simply trying to adjust to fluctuating temps, it can be a shock to see how much having everyone over is going to cost you. Reducing waste and lowering costs doesn't have to be a hassle. With our steps to conserve energy for your full house, you'll have more than one thing to smile about -- and your wallet will thank you too!

For the Adults

When it comes to hosting at your home, dishes can pile up quickly with all the added guests. Whether you've cooked a four-course meal or kept things simple -- the more guests, the more plates to clean. 

For the Kids

An easy way for the kids to chip in on energy conservation is by limiting how many devices are plugged into an outlet.

For Your Guests

A lot of bodies in the room can make temperatures rise. Cool your home off without raising the cost. 

For Your Pets

While pets won’t be working to lower your energy bill, there are a few helpful tips to keep your pet happy and keep the energy costs down.

For Your Home 

Sometimes there is only so much you can do to cut costs, but equipping your home with energy efficient appliances can lead to more significant savings.

Are you looking for more ways to conserve energy with your full house? Try these tips and contact a Hiller technician for additional energy conservation tactics. Plus, we can inspect your home for any other electrical, heating and cooling, or plumbing inefficiencies. Contact us today at 844-MYHILLER and stay connected with more happy home tips online by joining our Happy Hiller Club.

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