Toy stores, jewelry stores, and the Apple store seem to get all of the hype during the Christmas season. They seem to carry the products that are near the top of everyone’s wish lists. But, there are many of us who have our eyes on some more practical products this year. #adulting.
Saving energy, may not be as exciting on the surface, but not only is it good for the environment-it is also good for our wallets. If you have someone on your list that is looking to go a little more green, check out our energy efficient gift guide.
With a tagline like, “Programs itself. Then pays for itself,” how could you go wrong? The Nest keeps track of your family’s temperature preferences and then programs itself accordingly. Furthermore, it is also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home meaning that your entire home can become “smart.”
This is a homemade gift that not only saves energy, but it can also be personalized to the recipient. You can pick specific fabrics and designs to suit a person’s personality or design style.
A yearly furnace inspection is recommended to keep the system running efficiently. It may be something that your loved one forgets to schedule or might not want to invest in. Give them the gift of energy efficiency and peace of mind by getting them a furnace inspection.
According to Home Water Works, “In an average home, showers are typically the third largest water use after toilets and clothes washers.” You can lower your water usage by replacing traditional shower heads with a low flow one. Help someone save on their water bill by wrapping up a low flow shower head for them this year.
Looking for more ways to save energy? Contact us at Flame Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, and Electrical.