Do you remember getting yelled at by your parents for opening the refrigerator door when you were younger, and were looking for a snack? As you got older, do you remember yelling at your kids for leaving the lights on in the house? OK, everyone has experienced those things — but the reason they happen is simple — it’s because people are concerned with electricity bills. Even earlier generations were concerned with the cost of electricity, and now it’s ten times as much. But what are people to do?

Get an energy audit. You might not be able to stop “Junior Boy” from looking in the fridge because he is hungry, but you can find ways to save money on your energy bill. There are lots of easy things you can do — once you know what they are — that can help you save money and energy.


Smart Energy Hawaii, one of Hawaii’s top energy consulting companies for solar and photovoltaic systems, is currently offering free, no obligation energy audit consultations to its existing customers and new ones. That’s right, the company will come to your house and help you and your family find ways to save lots of money each month with tried and true energy saving tips and practices.


A few tips include: Changing the air filter in your cooling or heating system as recommended, turning down the temperature setting in the hot water heater, programming the thermostat so the temperature automatically adjusts when the house is empty, unplugging electronic devices when not in use, replacing old/worn-out air conditioning units with more efficient models, and finally, using solar energy to power appliances.

Don’t wait to start saving money — take advantage now of this free offer to help you save money and get valuable insights on what you can do to make your home more energy efficient, and maybe even Junior Boy will think twice before opening the refrigerator door. A simple tip is to take a photo of everything in the refrigerator each day, and then you won’t have to open the door to look inside. Now that is high tech. Think and save with your friends at Smart Energy Hawaii — keeping Hawaii green and saving families big bucks. Call the company at 373-4559 or visit

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