Breaking Down Your Electric Bill
According to Energy Star, a typical household in the United States spends more than $2,000 on energy bills annually. Although a large portion of these costs come from heating and cooling the home, it’s important to know the other factors that contribute to your utility bill. Did you know a By Carrier home can help…
How to Lower Your Winter Electric Bill
During the winter season, you may find yourself spending more time at home in order to escape the darkness and cold. When temperatures drop and snow falls, we rely on our indoor heating and lights to keep us comfortable. As a result, you may notice your electric bill starting to rise during the winter months….
How to Lower Your Summer Electric Bill
When summer arrives, we look forward to beach days, backyard barbecues and road trips – electric bills are likely not on your list. This time of year, homeowners often see a spike in monthly utility charges from the increased use of fans and air conditioning. Fighting off high humidity and heatwaves does not come free,…
4 Tips to Prepare HVAC Systems for Summer
Without a functioning air conditioner, the hot and humid weather of New England summers can be hard to handle. Rather than assume your unit will be ready to work once you turn it on, it’s important to check the system before summer’s arrival. An air conditioner that is improperly maintained has an increased chance of…
6 Ways to Improve Energy Efficiency at Home
Energy efficient home design has gained traction among homeowners in recent years. At By Carrier, energy efficiency is one of our top building principles. What can you do to lower your home’s carbon footprint in 2019? Insulate Your Home When you have lived in a home for many years, you can start to experience drafts….