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Ways to Save at Home

Whether you are looking for a long term efficiency plan or low cost tips, JEA can help!

Long Term Efficiency Plan

Make a Long-Term Efficiency Plan

Creating a long-term efficiency plan for your home is a perfect solution for those who plan to live in their home long-term. Start with the least expensive ways to save and then move on to bigger investments in your home's efficiency.
Learn about the Home Investment Curve.

Water Savings

Saving water is not only good for the environment, it's great for your wallet too!
Follow our water saving tips to see savings on your monthly utility bill.

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If you're not ready to commit to a long term plan, following our energy saving tips can provide you the relief in your utility bill that you are looking for. Try following our no cost, low cost, and investing in efficiency tips to take your first steps towards savings.

  • No-Cost Tips - No upfront costs and focus mainly on behavioral changes that can help decrease your monthly utility bill.
  • Low-Cost Tips - Save money on your monthly utility bill while only requiring a minimal upfront investment.
  • Investing in Efficiency - Larger upfront investment but can potentially create significant savings on your monthly utility bill.

Optimize your Appliances

No matter how energy efficient your appliances are, their electricity and water use will contribute to your monthly utility bill.
Minimize the impact they have on your bill by following these simple tips.

Remodeling Tips for Energy Savings

Remodeling certain rooms in your home can be a great way to add efficiency measures that will help you save on your monthly utility bill. For example, investing in ENERGY STAR® appliances in a kitchen remodel or low flow shower heads in a bathroom remodel, can help you conserve energy and water and help to lower your bills.

  • Kitchen Remodel Remodeling Tips for Energy Savings - Investing in energy saving appliances and fixtures while upgrading your kitchen can save you money on your overall utility bill.
  • Bathroom Remodel - Investing in low flow shower heads and high performance toilets for your bathroom upgrades can help you save money long term on your utility bill.
  • Thermostats - Investing in a smart thermostat or programmable thermostat can help you control the climate better while you are home or away and essentially save you money on your utility bill.