Energy Management for Southern Homes

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he Southern United States is known for having a famously temperate climate – at least outside of the hottest days of summer – and enjoys comfortable weather much of the year. However, exceptions to the these weather trends can drive up cooling bills during heatwaves and heating bills during unpredictable cold snaps.

Energy management for homes in the South

Your approach to taking on these seasonal energy cost spikes is likely to involve a few kinds of solutions. We recommend considering solar to offset much of your utility bill with energy you produce yourself, and considering reducing the energy you need via the simple principles below. Energy experts can perform an assessment of your home and may recommend:

  • Increasing the R value of attic insulation, also known as thickness, beneficial in winter and summer
  • HVAC system tune-up
  • Heat pump check-up (if applicable)
  • Fluorescent or LED lighting and and energy efficient appliance upgrades for cooking as well as computers and TVs
  • Surge protectors that automatically shut off devices programmed to stay in “standby” mode
  • Getting aging freezers, full-size fridges and mini-fridges off the grid if they’re no longer being used
  • A consultation for solar power and potentially also energy storage to enhance your energy autonomy

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