Amy L., on Feb 20, 2015 11:17:24 AM
Alex B, on Feb 13, 2015 8:36:22 AM
In a world where new electronics are introduced nearly every day, your electrical system is working overtime to create enough energy to provide the power you need! When running multiple devices in your home as well as normal lighting and everyday appliances, you might begin to notice that your electrical system can't take the heat!
With everyone still in the throes of winter, and six more weeks predicted, you might be wondering how you can save energy for the rest of the cold months ahead. If you're like most homeowners, you probably noticed a spike in your last heating bill, and although it can be expected, it certainly isn't welcome! Most Northern Virginia residents begin to question how they can save energy and money when they start to feel the hammer coming down on their wallets. Many of you have heard that turning your thermostat down can save energy...although there has also been rumor that it actually uses more energy because you end up supplementing with space heaters and your gas fireplace to keep warm. Well, we're here to set the record straight!