10 Factors to Consider When Choosing an Electricity Provider

Monday, July 2, 2018

Shopping smart for electricity is one way to save your hard-earned money. If you live in one of the 15 states where energy is deregulated, you can save up to 20% on your monthly electricity bill. Deregulation allows customers to stay with their current electricity provider or switch to a new one when their contract is up for renewal. However, when most people look for a new provider, they want a good rate, so there’s a munificent boost and each company is struggling hard to get the customers’ attention. Although now we have the opportunity to choose a suitable provider, doing so has become potentially confusing and intimidating. If you’re unsure about how to shop for a new electricity company View More


Our Pay-As-You-Go Plan Suits You and Your Pockets

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Acacia Energy’s prepaid electricity is a cheap and convenient option for those with short-term housing arrangements or homeowners who want to avoid the annoying and bulky electricity bills. Smart energy plans in Texas have become very popular. This is due to a couple of reasons: Smartphone applications that allow you to prepay the service quickly and easily. Smart meter technology which owners and tenants alike can use to monitor, configure and conserve their energy usage, saving them a couple of bucks per month. Acacia Energy has a Smart Energy Plan that adapts to you, who are planning to move soon, want green energy solutions or simply want to track your usage month-to-month with no deposit. If you decide to opt View More


Energy Saving Tips For Your Bedroom

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Small changes lead to big savings. Saving energy in your home is important, but it  would not hurt to focus on one room at a time. Here a few changes you can make in your bedroom to save energy. Of course unplugging outlets, turning of lights, and preventing air leakage is included, but we have more tricks and tips. Air Register Ensure vent connections and registers are well-sealed at floors, walls and ceilings, which are all common areas for disconnected ducts and leakage. Make sure all vents are clear of furniture and rugs in order to improve airflow and comfort. Install heat resistant reflectors between radiators and walls to reflect heat back into the room instead of onto walls. Fireplace View More


Small Leaks Can Add Up To Gallons of Water

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Ignoring those small water leaks can lead to paying big bucks. Leakage can add up to gallons of water if you do not address the problem. We have some water conservation tricks to make sure you’re not wasting gallons. Use Automatic Taps Automatic faucets make sure you save water. You can buy them for urinals and showerheads. Insulate Your Water Heater You should insulate the first three feet of the heated water pipe. If your water heater is seven years old or older, make sure you wrap it in insulation to retain water heat. And, while we are on the subject of water heaters, when it is time to buy one you should buy the most energy efficient model.   View More


Energy Saving Tips For Renters

Monday, April 30, 2018

Energy saving is not just for homeowners, saving extends to everyone. No tip is too small when it comes to saving you money. Check out these 3 methods to help keep cash in your wallet. Avoid Over-Drying Your Clothes: If your dryer has a moisture sensor that will automatically turn the machine off when clothes are done, use it to avoid over- drying. Remember to clean the lint trap before every load. Dry full loads, or reduce drying time for partial loads. Hang drying is also an option! Wash Your Laundry With Cold Water: To save water, try to wash full loads or, if you must wash a partial load, reduce the level of water appropriately. Hot water heating accounts View More