Fall style ideas for the home Shop
Style and technology, that save energy and money. From Toto's luxury bath fixtures, to the elegant Lennox smart thermostat that looks so elegant it can go in the living room. The Trapeze desk lamp gives some jazz to the home office, while Waterpik merges the ultimate shower with water efficiency.
You'd be amazed how much water a family of four uses every year in showers. Almost 50,000 gallons a year or more. A shower head that reduces the flow to under 2 gallons per minute, brings huge savings. While a shower timer is a great way to teach kids how much water they're using and when to turn it off.
LED modules are much smaller than traditional light bulbs, offering much more design flexibility. Designers around the world are transforming light fixtures into bold statements of elegance and refinement. for the home office or child's bedroom for their homework, these lamps save energy, save money and look great.
LED bulbs saved $675,000,000 in energy bills according to the Department of Energy. A smart thermostat is the best bang for your buck energy saver. Once you set it's auto timer, the annual savings can literally be $500 a year or more. Basically, don't heat or cool your home when you're not home.
You'd be amazed how far the not-so-exciting toilet has come in the last few years. Cutting edge design, technology, and remarkably low water usage. While bidet functions are also being incorporated. Toto lead the way, though other manufacturers are catching up.
The Energy Sipper
energysipp: For your rental apartment, when it's so hot out there, there is finally a good option to the traditional window air conditioner unit. Portable units mean you get more light from your windows, and when you move it's far easier to take the unit with you.
Review the BTU size carefully. 10,000 BTU and 12,000 BTU units are better for even small rooms, particularly when it's so hot. Read more »