Energy- and money-saving tips for homeowners and renters
Home energy assessments
It makes financial sense to decrease energy use – and the best way to get started is with house call.
Get your house ready for winter
Fall is the perfect time to make improvements that will quickly pay for themselves in saved energy costs.
Rifle family beats the heat
“It’s not sweltering hot in here, it’s nice. At night we can go to sleep and it doesn’t feel like a sauna!”
Heat tape tips to save money
Invest in a heat tape timer to minimize energy use and keep your electricity bill in check.
Time for a home energy makeover
A few tweaks and upgrades can reduce energy bills and make your home cozier in the process.
Affordable net zero in Rifle
A modest two-bedroom house in a tract subdivision sets the pace for affordable, efficient construction.
For safety's sake
An assessment can provide useful money- and energy-saving tips – and reveal potential problems.
Fight the smoke and heat
Tips for maintaining indoor air quality and keeping your home cool in summer.
Sweltering condo now sunny and cool
Insulation, air sealing, new windows and doors, new hot water heater yield payoff in comfort and affordability.
Heat Pump for Home Comfort
After a house fire sparked by electric baseboard heating, this couple cut energy bills in half with a heat pump system.
Banishing the ‘fire-breathing dragon’
A Silt family won Climate Control's "Oldest Furnace" contest, and got a free, high-efficiency furnace installed.
Learn About Evaporative Cooling
Homeowners find relief from summer heat with evaporative coolers. Today’s models are energy efficient, quiet and built to last.
apartments get energy makeover
An historic Glenwood Springs apartment house got an energy makeover to lower costs, improve comfort and save energy.