Most of the big energy users are discussed in the other sections. However, under the principal that "every little bit helps" (or hurts), the following articles will give you some tips on taming the other energy users in your home. And some of the following use a surprisingly large amount of energy.
Those of you who drive in the northern hinterlands have probably been plugging your cars into block heaters to make sure they start on those 20 below mornings.
The moisture level in your home is important for your comfort level. Take these few steps to save energy and stay comfortable. . . . . . . . . . .
Electric blankets are not inherently evil.
Your waterbed can actually use more energy than anything else in your home, including your water heater and refrigerator.
This only applies to those of you who actually have a water pump.
Hot tubs and spas use a lot of energy. A lot. So think about whether you really need one in your life. If you do, take these two steps.
It's a little known fact that your TV actually costs you money even when you aren't watching it.