Skip to main content

Natural Awakenings Tucson

Spring into Savings with Tips from Southwest Gas

It’s spring cleaning season, so save some green on springtime projects by adding energy-efficient home improvements to the to-do list and follow these simple tips that can help save energy and money:

With temperatures rising, spring is the perfect time to check for air leaks around the house. Reducing air leaks by sealing around windows and weatherstripping doors could cut as much as 10 percent from an average household’s monthly energy bill.

Installing smart low-flow showerheads is a quick and inexpensive way to reduce carbon footprint. Best of all, the benefits go beyond saving our environment; save money by lowering monthly water and natural gas bills.

Most water heaters have a lifespan of 10 to 15 years. When it comes time to replace a water heater, consider a new high-efficiency natural gas tankless water heater to maximize your savings and reduce energy usage.

When replacing old windows, look for the ENERGY STAR label on qualified, high-efficiency windows. They can help save up to 15 percent on cooling costs.

Energy-efficient appliances can help lower your home’s energy use by up to 30 percent. Spring into more savings by taking advantage of rebate offers on qualified equipment and measures from Southwest Gas.

For more tips on how to reduce energy usage or for rebate information on natural gas equipment and measures, call 1-800-654-2765 or visit

Join Our Email Newsletter

Natural Awakenings Delivered to your Home! Click to sign up.

COMING IN PRINT: 2020 July Issue
Due Date: June 10. Be a part of our upcoming July issue. Contact [email protected] for cheerful and efficient help with your marketing!
Missed the print deadline? Try email news!

Email News Exclusives with Social Media pushes; ask us about it today! [email protected]

Current Issue
Visit Us on Facebook
2020 Editorial Calendar


How to Protect Yourself and Others from Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Ways to Calm Your Anxiety with Meditation During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Biodegradable Cooler Keeps Food Cold and Dry