Industry advisor Penn Energy who is dedicated to providing professionals with relevant resources to stay abreast of energy topics, recently highlighted the use of HomeSelfe’s energy saving app. In their article, “5 Easy Ways to Save on Energy in 2016,” Penn pointed to HomeSelfe’s co-founder Ameeta Jain’s commitment to help homeowners save up to 30% on their monthly utility costs.
Penn recommends downloading the free HomeSelfe app and families can perform an energy audit on their home. Ameeta shared her enthusiasm about her company’s ability to help homeowners with their financial struggles when it comes to rising utility costs.
“We want to empower families to make positive changes for their finances, the environment and their families in 2016,” said Jeet. “Homeselfe provides homeowners with tools and resources catered to your home to do just that. The best part about taking a Homeselfe is that it provides you with practical information on how to save hundreds on your utility bills and gives you more ways to save money by providing rebate information from your local utility company at your fingertips.”
Along with the information provided by the free Homeselfe app, Penn advises household energy users to use their HVAC unit’s “auto” settings that will keep the comfort level of their home intact while cutting heating and cooling costs. When using these costly major appliances, be mindful of empty rooms and close those vents so you’re not paying to heat or cool these unused spaces.
To read the article in it’s entirety and see more tips on saving on your monthly utility costs, please visit the Penn Energy’s website here. There’s also a link to an important infographic from HomeSelfe that offers homeowners an additional fifty ways to help curb rising energy costs.