Home Efficiency Center List


Air Conditioner - Central

The central air conditioner unit consists of two pieces of equipment: An indoor fan/cooling coil and an outdoor fan/ heat removing coil...

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Air Conditioner - Window

An air conditioner may be permanently installed, but is often installed and removed seasonally. Humid air requires more energy to cool...

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Attic Insulation

Heating and cooling your home is usually the largest portion of your utility bill. Sealing and insulating your attic can help keep these...

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Backup Generator

Backup residential generators are used to provide power to household loads when utility power is lost. Generators can be portable or...

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Ceiling Fan

Ceiling fans are high-volume, low-speed air circulators, moving an average of 6,000 cubic feet of air per minute. In winter months...

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Doors

Newer exterior doors often fit and insulate better than older doors. Replacing older doors is usually a good investment, resulting in...

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Electrical Panel

Electrical panels connect utility power to electrical loads inside a home, and they cut the power when there is an overload or...

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Fireplace - Gas

Natural gas and propane fueled (gas) fireplaces provide warmth and aesthetics without the mess associated with wood, pellets or...

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Furnace - Electric

An electric furnace produces heat for the home. It uses electric resistance rods to heat the incoming air, and discharges that air...

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Furnace - Gas

A gas-fired furnace produces hot air to heat a home through an air duct system. Gas-fired boilers produce hot water or steam for...

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Furnace - Oil

An oil-fired furnace produces hot air to heat a home through an air duct system. Oil-fired boilers produce hot water or steam for a...

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Garbage Disposal

A garbage disposal is installed under a kitchen sink between the sink’s drain and the trap. It uses a set of rotating grinders, or...

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Geothermal Heat Pump

Geothermal heat pumps come in all sizes. Companies are making heat pump water heaters for domestic hot water...

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Home Heating - Converting from Oil to Gas

What’s better: gas or oil? Is gas less expensive? How do you save money on home heating? To understand your choices...

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Plumbing

The plumbing system in your home is made up of the supply water piping system, and the drain, waste and vent (DWV) system. The...

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Pool Filter and Heater System

Almost all above ground and in-ground swimming pools use filters to maintain the water purity. Some filters are also equipped with...

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Roof

The roof consists of more than just the covering, such as the shingles, tiles, or metal. The roof has an underlayment, sheathing...

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Sewer Line / Septic System

Sewer piping extends from the home to the utility line connection point, which is usually near the street. Septic piping...

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Solar Panels

A solar photovoltaic (PV) panel is a rectangular shaped, weatherproof unit containing PV solar cells that are connected together to...

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Sump Pump

The purpose of a sump pump is to move unwanted water from within a basement or under the basement floor to outside the home. A...

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Thermostat

A thermostat is simply a temperature sensitive switch. It shows the current ambient temperature at the location of the thermostat...

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Water Heater - Electric

An electric water heater uses electricity to create heat and raise water temperature for cooking, cleaning, bathing, and/or heating...

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Water Heater - Gas

A gas water heater heats by combusting natural gas or propane to raise water temperature for cooking, cleaning, bathing, and/or...

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Windows

There are many different styles and types of windows depending on the location, use, and architectural preference. Most styles can...

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