Summer heat brings high-energy costs, as homeowners spend about $29 billion a year to power their air conditioners. Saving energy means saving money, as much as 20 percent on utility bills, and possibly more. Making simple upgrades to your existing home will help you to stay cool while cutting down on the cooling costs associated with this time of year.
As the temperatures and humidity soar, we all want to keep the hot air out and the cold air in while keeping a little cash in our pockets.
PegCityLovely chats with Dave White from Home Depot about how to save money on your utility bills and energy costs for your home this summer.