There are multiple forces that can silently feed the infiltration monster hiding in so many homes.
The arrival of June brings the start of air-conditioning season. Learn how to optimize cooling efficiency while minimizing cooling costs.
Nebraska crop producers have a million things to do before planting a single seed. One items is having their irrigation systems ready to pump and provide water if rain doesn't come.
We are here to help you make the most of the energy you need to run your hot tub: your magical revitalization machine!
Ever rediscover one of those Christmas gifts you intended to give during the holidays but forgot where you hid it until the following February?
When this season rolls around, I always remember to check and change the furnace filter in my heating an cooling (HVAC) system.
If you are one of the unsuspecting owners of the thousands of mercury-vapor lights I still see during my nocturnal travels throughout Nebraska, the following facts may leave you screaming in horror!
Make the most of your energy by heating and cooling your home efficiently and effectively.
Laundering could account for up to 13 percent of your household’s annual energy use. Consider some of the following ways you might save some of that energy while keeping everything clean.
Full-sized residential swimming pools can use as much energy during the summer months as the rest of your home over that same period. reduce the cost of maintaining your pool this season.
Hot weather means Nebraska households will try to find ways to beat the heat without driving up air conditioning costs.
As Nebraska switches from heating to cooling season, we usually enjoy a few short weeks without continuously hearing our home’s HVAC system running. But it won’t be long until the rising mercury has our air conditioning systems buzzing.
Not aliens. Not crop circles. It’s farmers and center pivots. Welcome to Nebraska!
As we improve the energy efficiency of existing homes and businesses by adding insulation, sealing up air leakage or implementing ways to reduce heating to where and when needed, we often create indoor air quality (IAQ) concerns.
If you’re still using incandescent Christmas lights for your holiday decorating, I assume you have your reasons. I have mine. For me, it’s the nostalgia of Christmases past. For those still on the fence, I share some arguments and insight.
Before taking up temporary residency in your garage this winter and cranking up the heat, consider a few of the following projects to keep your energy use from literally going through the roof.
Cooking equipment provides you countless options, how you use it may save you the most energy and money.
When looking for ways to make improvements, first consider light fixtures. Without realizing it, you could be losing more than 30 percent of the heat in your home through your ceiling.