Energy Efficiency World

Do you turn off lights and computers when you’re not using them? Are LED bulbs used in your home? Is most of your laundry washed in cold water? Are water-saving showerheads used in your bathrooms? Do the dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer have full loads when used? Are the “Air Dry” or “No-Heat Dry” settings used on your dishwasher? Do you close the blinds and draperies to keep out summer sun or winter cold? Are doors and windows equipped with weather stripping and caulk to block drafts? Has your family unplugged appliances you rarely use? Is regular maintenance done on your heating and cooling system – cleaning or replacing filters monthly and yearly tune-ups? YOUR SCORE: Score 5 points for every “Yes,”; 0 points for every “Not Yet.” 0–15 FAIR There’s a lot more you can do to save energy. 20–35 GOOD You have some good savings, with room for improvement. 40–50 EXCELLENT Congratulations on your super energy savings! Share your energy smarts with family and friends. l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l With an adult, use this checklist to examine your home energy use. Then check your score.­ Home energy efficiency inspection Yes Not Yet Energy Efficiency World Produced by Culver Media for National Grid