Your Top Ten Energy Savings Tips

 

Believe it or not there are a lot of different alternatives you can do in your home when it comes to saving energy. Following these tips will help you lower electric bill. 

Here are the 10 best tips to saving energy.  

1)Turn off unnecessary lights and use natural light

2) Turn water off when shaving or brushing teeth

3) Unplug unused electronics

4) Replace air filters and service A/C

5) Replace light bulbs to LED

6) Install smart switches and thermostat

7) Use your ceiling fans

8) Take shorter showers

9) Use cold water for washing laundry 

10) Don’t peak in the oven while cooking

 

Thank you for taking the time to read and give us a call for more ways on saving emergency. Check back weekly for new blogs from our service advisors. 

 

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We’re Ready For Cold Weather Are You?

 

Inspecting your heating and cooling  equipment annually, or as recommended by the manufacturer will help keep your equipment in top shape and last longer. Don’t forget to check your filters and replace them as needed. Generally, you should change them about once every month or two, especially during periods of high usage.  We can do that for you! Give us a call today to schedule an appointment and get a free filter.   Call 916-929-7995

 

 

               

 

   

 

 

 

 

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s electric cars are seeing an evolution in style, speed, and efficiency. More people are now purchasing electric vehicles. Are you thinking of buying a new electric car?  Some questions to ask before you buy.

How do I charge my vehicle?  Lets look at charging options.

Ordinary house current works just fine for most electric vehicles. But for those with larger battery packs and longer range, you may want to consider an electrical upgrade. You can find around town many charging hubs to park and plug. As for charging at home, most new cars come with a plug. Which is usually a lower level, which means it takes longer to charge your vehicle. Upgrading to a higher level charging unit will charge your vehicle faster. 

There are a lot of programs and incentives out there. Check for incentives before you buy from PG&E and SMUD.

 

How do I install my charger?

Priority 1 Electric is your go to electrician to call. We have installed several charging stations. If you have any questions, give us a call at 916-929-7995 and ask to talk to one of our professional technicians. 

 

 

 

 

 

                  

 

 

 

                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

           

 

 

 

 

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Today we will be talking about Renewable Energy.

Today we will be talking about Renewable Energy. So what is renewable energy? It is energy that has been used from earths natural resources that are not limited. Being a alternative to the regular energy that needs fossil fuels which is a limited resource.

Some of the most common renewable energy used today are geothermal, wind, hydro, solar, biomass. Some benefits from renewable energy are cleaner energy for the environment which will help global warming, improved public safety, stable energy prices and no limit on earths natural resources. Some problems with renewable energy are taking up a lot of land space and blocked scenic views, low energy amount produced, loss of habitats, reliance on weather, & geographic limitations.

So if you find yourself getting curious, ask us about renewable energy on your next service to fully understand how it works. 

This blog as been brought to you by Casey Kruse with Priority 1 Electric, & Thank you for reading!

 

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Light bulbs today and how to choose which one is best for you.

 

As more people work from home, lighting for home offices are trending more now. So what is up with all the different light bulbs?

Incandescent Lights, the most common type of bulb and usually last between 700 to 1,000 hours.  However, they are not as energy efficient as other options.

Halogen bulbs are a type of incandescent bulb that is close to natural daylight. They are a little more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs, but they are more expensive.

LED Lights, are extremely energy-efficient and can provide both directional and diffused light, making them great for under-counter task lighting as well as overall room illumination.

CFL Lights Compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs) consume a quarter of the energy that incandescent bulbs do and last 10 times longer. They are also quieter, instant on and have warmer tones. 

When buying make sure to read the package. Using light bulbs to save energy is extremely important for our environment and for your energy costs too.

Tips Check into LED Christmas lights. Saves you energy and money!   If you are looking for someone to put them up and take them down for you, give us a call at 916-929-7995.

 

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