If you do need to use your dryer, you can use the auto-dry sensor to cut down on drying time. The cool-down or perma-press setting can also save energy and… Read more
When the weather cooperates, use a good ole clothesline. You can also use a drying rack to hang clothes inside when needed. It costs close to $85 to run your… Read more
Hold off on running the washer until you have a full load of laundry.
Wash your clothes in cold water. Water heating constitutes up to 90% of the energy consumption of washing machines. Cold water wash can save you over $175 a year.
Read the owner’s manual and take advantage of any energy-saving features that may be built into your electronics. For example setting your television’s brightness on “home mode” uses about 25%… Read more