Case-Studies

 

Big retro John Doe, Madison, WI 65003

 

 

 

 

What I did

No-cost changes

Efficient lighting

Appliance upgrades

Heating or cooling equipment upgrades

Air sealing

Improved ducts

Improved insulation

Improved windows or skylights

Solar water heating

Solar electric

Other:

My story

When I finished my Home Energy Saver session, didn't have the budget to do everything, but I knew I could make a pretty good dent in my energy bill. I started by getting out my clippers and getting rid of those branches that always block that good winter sun. I discovered that the installer had left my water heater's temperature setting on high (= scalding!), so I put that back to medium. I didn't have the budget to do everything, but I knew I could make a pretty good dent in my energy bill. I started by getting out my clippers and getting rid of those branches that always block that good winter sun. I discovered that the installer had left my water heater's temperature setting on high (= scalding!), so I put that back to medium. I discovered that the installer had left my water heater's temperature setting on high (= scalding!), so I put that back to medium. I didn't have the budget to do everything, but I knew I could make a pretty good dent in my energy bill. I started by getting out my clippers and getting rid of those branches that always block that good winter sun. I discovered that the installer had left my water heater's temperature setting on high (= scalding!), so I put that back to medium.I discovered that the installer had left my water heater's temperature setting on high (= scalding!), so I put that back to medium. I didn't have the budget to do everything, but I knew I could make a pretty good dent in my energy bill. I started by getting out my clippers and getting rid of those branches that always block that good winter sun. I discovered that the installer had left my water heater's temperature setting on high (= scalding!), so I put that back to medium.I discovered that the installer had left my water heater's temperature setting on high (= scalding!), so I put that back to medium. I didn't have the budget to do everything, but I knew I could make a pretty good dent in my energy bill. I started by getting out my clippers and getting rid of those branches that always block that good winter sun. I discovered that the installer had left my water heater's temperature setting on high (= scalding!), so I put that back to medium.