Archive for the “Energy Efficiency” Category


How Much Energy Does My Blow Dryer Use? | Bounce Energy Blog

How Much Energy Does My Blow Dryer Use?

Saving energy (and money) is always easier when you know how much you’re using. But because many of the convenient smaller appliances we use seem to draw little amounts of power, we all too often discount how their use really does impact our electricity bills. With our How [...]

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How Can I Make My Electricity Bill More Affordable & Predictable Each Month? | Bounce Energy Blog

How Can I Make My Electricity Bill More Affordable & Predictable Each Month?

Speaking from personal experience, living on a limited income can be quite difficult - and that's putting it mildly. The necessities of daily life leave little wiggle room for any enjoyable extras, and even the necessities may have to be prioritized based on your budget. [...]

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What Energy Efficiency Projects Offer a Quick Return on My Investment? | Bounce Energy Blog

What Energy Efficiency Projects Offer a Quick Return on My Investment?

Understanding Where and How to Invest Your Money into Helpful Home Improvements You might be surprised to learn that most basic energy efficiency projects start paying you back at the time of installation. Generally speaking, you will notice improved comfort either rig [...]

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How Much Energy Does My Aquarium Use? | Bounce Energy Blog

How Much Energy Does My Aquarium Use?

Saving energy (and money) is always easier when you know how much you’re using. But because many of the convenient smaller appliances we use seem to draw little amounts of power, we all too often discount how their use really does impact our electricity bills. With our How [...]

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How Much Energy Does My White Noise Machine Use?

How Much Energy Does My White Noise Machine Use?

Saving energy (and money) is always easier when you know how much you’re using. But because many of the convenient smaller appliances we use seem to draw little amounts of power, we all too often discount how their use really does impact our electricity bills. With our How [...]

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Why is My Electricity Bill So High? Part 2 - Understanding Your Home in Summer | Bounce Energy Blog

Why is My Electricity Bill So High? Part 2 – Why is My House So Hot in the Summer?

Though we hate to admit it, we're more frustrated with our monthly electricity bills arrive than we’d like to admit. Besides - it’s easy to forget about your energy usage when you’re busy, and by the time your bill arrives, you’ve either forgotten what you did or y [...]

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How Much Energy Does This Appliance Use? Your Coffee Maker

How Much Energy Does My Coffee Maker Use?

Saving energy (and money) is always easier when you know how much you’re using. But because many of the convenient smaller appliances we use seem to draw little amounts of power, we all too often discount how their use really does impact our electricity bills. With our How [...]

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Why is My Electricity Bill So High? Part 1 – Understanding Your HVAC Unit

Though we hate to admit it, we're more frustrated with our monthly electricity bills arrive than we’d like to admit. Besides - it’s easy to forget about your energy usage when you’re busy, and by the time your bill arrives, you’ve either forgotten what you did or y [...]

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How Can I Make My Home Energy Efficient? – Summer Prep Series Part 4

How Can I Make My Home Energy Efficient? Summer Prep Series Part 4

May has arrived in Texas, so it’s time for music, weddings, Cinco de Mayo, and the first waves of summertime heat and humidity. In a state where the daily summer temperature hovers between “well-done” and “nuclear,” you know how hard it is to cool your home while [...]

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Why Should I Get an HVAC Tune-Up? Summer Prep Series Part 3

May has arrived in Texas, so it’s time for music, weddings, Cinco de Mayo, and the first waves of summertime heat and humidity. In a state where the daily summer temperature hovers between “well-done” and “nuclear,” you know how hard it is to cool your home while [...]

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