Are you hot in your bedroom, but huddled under blankets in your living room? Do you repeatedly turn off lights your kids leave on? If so, you may have found yourself in the middle of an energy squabble. Enter Zoe, Delmarva Power’s new Good Energy Guide. She is here to help end your squabbles and give you solutions that can help you save energy and money. Look for Zoe on Delmarva Power’s website, in emails, and in ads to learn more about Delmarva Power’s programs, rebates, and discounts that can help make your home more energy efficient and harmonious.
Some of Zoe’s tips include:
If you regularly unplug appliances after each use, schedule a no-cost Quick Home Energy Check-up (QHEC) as a next step to identify how to make easy changes around your home that can result in big savings. Once you schedule, an energy analyst will come to inspect your home, educate you on how to save, and may install energy-saving products.
Upgrading to a high-efficiency heating and cooling system could save you 10% to 30% annually. Find out how to upgrade to a better HVAC system through the HVAC Efficiency Program.
Is your home tropical in some areas and freezing in others? Schedule a Home Energy Assessment through the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® Program. During the assessment, a participating contractor will inspect your home, run diagnostic tests, and provide you with a detailed report of recommendations—a $400 value for just $100. Plus, if you complete the recommended upgrades, you can receive rebates of up to $7,500.
Learn more about Zoe and how she can help stop your energy squabbles at delmarva.com/goodenergy.