On The Hunt for Hidden Savings in Your Home

Looking for ways to save? Search no further than your home – or, in this case, your personal treasure chest. From shutting off the light in your living room to turning off the faucet in your bathroom, savings are hidden in every corner of your house. Simply follow our SCANA Energy treasure map to find them:

SCANA Savings Map
 
 
Front Door: Check your gas bill to see how much you pay now. Having trouble understanding it? Here’s a quick guide.
 
Bedroom: Comfortable sleeping at 68 degrees during cooler months? Try 65. After all, you can save up to 1% for each degree you set your thermostat back from your “comfort setting.” Here are the optimal settings for each season.
 
Bathroom: Did you know that your hot water heater can account for 15 percent of your natural gas bill? Every minute in the shower uses two gallons of hot water, so the more you linger, the larger your natural gas bill will be.
 
Kitchen: No matter the season, cleaning is always in style – especially when it saves you money. Cleaning your natural gas range and natural gas oven can help your appliances perform more efficiently.
 
Laundry Room: With natural gas dryers, you can dry your clothes and save money at the same time. Natural gas dryers heat up more quickly, and are therefore more energy efficient, than their electric counterparts.
 
Living Room: You don’t have to watch your money go up in flames to enjoy your fireplace. While vent free gas logs may consume 18 therms each month, they send heat energy into the room rather than up the chimney.
 
Basement: Your natural gas furnace alone can consume up to 100 therms per month. Learning how to use your natural gas appliances more efficiently can result in huge savings.
 
Back Door: You found all of the energy saving tips! Now use our gas calculator to see how much lower your bill will be.
 

Front Door
Check your gas bill to see how much you pay now. Having trouble understanding it? Here’s a quick guide.

Bedroom
Comfortable sleeping at 68 degrees during cooler months? Try 65. After all, you can save up to 1% for each degree you set your thermostat back from your “comfort setting.” Here are the optimal settings for each season.

Bathroom
Did you know that your hot water heater can account for 15 percent of your natural gas bill? Every minute in the shower uses two gallons of hot water, so the more you linger, the larger your natural gas bill will be.

Kitchen
No matter the season, cleaning is always in style – especially when it saves you money. Cleaning your natural gas range and natural gas oven can help your appliances perform more efficiently.

Laundry Room
With natural gas dryers, you can dry your clothes and save money at the same time. Natural gas dryers heat up more quickly, and are therefore more energy efficient, than their electric counterparts.

Living Room
You don’t have to watch your money go up in flames to enjoy your fireplace. While vent free gas logs may consume 18 therms each month, they send heat energy into the room rather than up the chimney.

Basement
Your natural gas furnace alone can consume up to 100 therms per month. Learning how to use your natural gas appliances more efficiently can result in huge savings.

Back Door
You found all of the energy saving tips! Now use our gas calculator to see how much lower your bill will be.

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