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You may have heard some of these energy efficiency tips before, but it’s always good to refresh so you get more from your system as the heat rises. The temperatures have fluctuated this year, more-so than in years past. In June it was cooler longer and then Ohio had some extreme heat. The fluctuations can be hard on us and our home energy systems. From advancements in technology, to simple things you can do as part of your daily routine: we have solutions to improve your energy efficiency this summer.

Programmable WiFi Thermostats

 Programmable Wifi Thermostats are an excellent addition to any home because they afford you the ability to control the temperature in your home from anywhere using remote access, such as your cell phone. These thermostats use advanced technology to learn your behaviors around your thermostat. In addition, you’ll be notified to potential problems or maintenance to perform on your system.

Let’s say you’re coming home from work late one day so you want to save energy while you’re away. You can change the temperature in your house from the office and set it so it cools down when you’re on your way home.

Staying an extra day on vacation? Adjust the settings from anywhere so you’re not running up your energy costs while you’re away.

Washing Machines

Stop washing items on hot, opt for cold water cycles whenever possible. Not only does colder water protect your colors, but it also lowers your energy costs.

Cookout, Not In

Those ovens heat up your home so your system works harder when you’re cooking a big meal. It’s beautiful outside: why not grill instead? Grilling uses less of your home’s energy and doesn’t make your system work overtime while you’re preparing for your family.

Tankless Hot Water Heaters


Tankless hot water heaters are great, not just so you never have to worry about running out of hot water, but because it only makes hot water as you need it. Improving energy efficiency is easy with the products Sal’s has to offer. Talk to a specialist today about improving your systems, lowering your energy bills and carbon footprint.