Home appliances and electronics enhance our lives. The electricity they use, however, adds up, accounting for around 30 percent of the typical household’s monthly energy bill. You can count on us, your savings connection, to help you get the best bang for your buck when it’s time to make your next purchase.
Refrigerators, dishwashers, clothes dryers, televisions, gaming consoles, and other items are investments. Most people think about the upfront cost. But it’s just as important to consider how much you’ll pay after you bring the item home. 100572003
That’s why you need to look for the ENERGY STAR® label as you shop. Certified by the U.S. Department of Energy, these appliances and electronics use less energy than their non-energy efficient counterparts.
They perform just as well and have a longer lifespan, too.
All ENERGY STAR® rated appliances carry a yellow EnergyGuide label. That’s where you’ll find the appliance’s estimated energy use and its approximate annual operating costs.
Before heading to the appliance store, you may want to research ENERGY STAR®’s most efficient products on the EnergyStar.gov website. You’ll find helpful information at your fingertips.
By helping you reduce energy use and make your home more energy efficient, we’re connecting you to savings.
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Choose wisely when replacing incandescent bulbs from recessed light fixtures. Heat buildup can shorten the life of spiral CFLs.