Some main elements that should be taken into consideration are:
Energy efficient light bulbs and appliances
Temperature should be set in the mid to high 60’s (winter)
All windows and doors should be draft free
When not using an appliances they need to be unplugged to avoid “phantom” energy use
To add a big energy sucker is insulation. A great type of insulation you can install in your attic is radiant barrier. It can be installed on the attic floor or ceiling and it prevents heat gain in the summer and heat loss in the winter. The link below is a great tool to use to size up your home and to see where you need to make changes.
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