You can save energy and promote energy conservation when you do things like add attic insulation, air sealing heating ducts, and plug the chimney of your fireplace.
These things indeed ‘save energy and lower your electric bill, but you really can not see them and measure the benefits of comfort and pleasure on a day-to-day basis.
There is ‘an energy-saving tool’ (Also known as ‘เครื่องมือประหยัดพลังงาน’in the Thai language) you can install in your home that is reasonably priced and you can bask in the warm and cozy evidence every day provides you a smart way to provide such an effective upgrade for yourself and your home.
The hot water circulation pump on the Day of Power Trip
Test and close the heating ducts. In every house, sealing the heating channel is a good way to save a lot of energy. In this house, the heating ducts are rigorously tested, and will be very difficult to seal them again.
Heating system upgrades. The house has an electric arc furnace with a three-year-old, 14 Seer heat pump, and a programmable thermostat.
Tool upgrade. Energy Star, front loading washing machine in the utility room and energy star, side by side refrigerator in the kitchen.
The whole house fan is turned off. Most manufactured homes have a whole house fan ceiling mounted somewhere hallway that runs all the time. It’s not necessary. If your home feels a bit stuffy from time to time, open a window.
The windows and doors are energy efficient. The house has double pane vinyl windows and an insulated metal exterior door. Not saving energy is widely available here.
The hot water circulation pump. Seen mostly in larger, two-story homes, a hot water circulation pump is used to store the hot water flowing through the drains. With the water heater in the garage and master bedroom on
Here is why the hot water circulation pump can save energy and make you smile in more than one way.
Save water. You may save hundreds of gallons of water per year because you are no longer run water down the drain waiting for hot water to arrive.