Water Conservation Logo

Zap Energy-Wasting Habits in the New Year

Some of the most common new year’s resolutions involve how people handle their finances. Each January, many vow to be more conscious of where they are spending their hard-earned money.

Get Merry and Bright With LED Lights!

‘Tis the season for holiday decorations and festive light displays! With our warm Florida weather holding steady throughout the first couple of weeks of December, residents may need to rely

Be Thankful for Energy Savings this Thanksgiving

If you have ever received your utility bill for the month of November and been startled by a spike in your regular payment, you’re not alone. Thanksgiving celebrations can have

Fun Kids Crafts for Teaching Energy Awareness

While we are eagerly anticipating Halloween, (especially those of us with children) it is also a great time of year to pay attention to our energy use. Since 1991, the

Fall Into Home Energy Savings with 6 Easy Hacks

Based on our hot Florida temperatures, it may be hard to believe, but September 22nd marks the official start of fall. It won’t be long before temperatures begin to drop

Pool Maintenance Tips for Water & Energy Savings

Swimming pools are a great way to enjoy our hot summer months. They provide an opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors without sweltering in the

Insulate Your Attic to Make Summer a Breeze!

As Floridians, it takes a considerable amount of energy to keep our homes cool and comfortable throughout the hot summer months. When outside temperatures soar, so do our home cooling

Hurricane Season Tree Tips

Planting trees around your home is a great way to conserve energy and reduce utility bills. The shade that they provide can shave dollars off of your home cooling costs

Florida-Friendly Landscaping

In last month’s article we discussed ways to collect and recycle rainwater. We provided tips for designing a rain garden in order to make the most of the afternoon thunderstorms

Spring DIYs Bring Summer Savings!

In our beautiful Floridian climate, we are fortunate to have an abundance of sunshine throughout most of the year. The spring season marks the beginning of a surplus of sun