Are you tired of paying exorbitant electricity bills? Do you want your home to be more eco-friendly?
Energy efficiency is important.There are many ways you can optimize your electrical use from turning the lights off when you leave the room to turning your house into a smart-home. Maryland Electrical Services can help you make your home more energy efficient with our custom electrical design services.
4 Ways to be more Energy Efficient
1. Automatic Blinds
How do automatic blinds save you on your energy bill? Having automatic blinds that you can control remotely can help you keep the heat in, or out. In the summer, keeping blinds closed during the heat of the day can prevent the sun from heating up your house. In the winter, closed blinds help seal out the cold draft that may seep in your window. Maryland Electrical Services can wire your home for electric blinds.
2. Program your Thermostat
A well programmed thermostat can help you conserve energy and enjoy a climate controlled home. Smart technology allows homeowners to control the temperature of their house from their phone or other portable device. If the day gets unexpectedly warm, switch your AC on, if the temps dip, you can turn it off. Most thermostats allow you to program it to fluctuate through out the day so your home stays comfortable.
3. Switch Your Bulbs
LED light bulbs can save big over time. A simple switch, LED bulbs last for more than twice as long as traditional light bulbs. Switch your halogen and filament bulbs for LED to make your home more energy efficient.
4. Automate your Lights
Did you know that Maryland Electrical Services can wire your house so you can turn lights on and off in your home from your phone? Automated lights can help save money and keep your home safer.
If you are looking for more ways to make your home eco-friendly, and lower your electrical bill, contact MAryland Electrical Services. Our certified electricians have been lighting up communities in Annapolis, Severna Park, Cape St. Claire, and the Eastern Shore for over 20 years.
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