Tinting your windows is an eco-friendly way to keep your home cool and reduce glare
Tint your home’s windows
A dirty air filter can make your HVAC system work harder and less efficiently. It is recommended to change your air filter every 3 months.
Fans can cool you down, but they don't cool down a room. Turn fans off when you leave a room.
Living walls are beautiful and can help keep your home cool by reducing heat and improving air quality.
Moist soil helps cool your home and garden.
Compost the garden every spring and fall
Close blinds and curtains on sunny days to keep your home cool.
Houseplants can help regulate the temperature of your home and make it more comfortable.
Unplug electronic devices when you're not using them. They generate heat, which can make your home hotter and waste energy.
LED bulbs use less energy and produce less heat than incandescent bulbs. They can help you save money on your energy bills and keep your home cooler.
Swap hot incandescents for cool LED bulbs
Even if you can't install solar panels, you can still cool your home with 100% renewable energy by choosing a renewable electricity plan from your utility company.