Are you concerned about the environment?
Why not consider getting your invoices and statements by email?
Not only does it save paper and fuel as opposed to traditional service post, but we will be able to get them to you in a more timely fashion.
All it takes to sign up for Email invoices and statements is for you to call your local office or fill out the form on our contact us page to request this feature.
Griffith Energy has made investments in some markets to begin the sale and distribution of bio-fuels. While this is not available in all locations, we do have some locations now capable of providing bio-diesels and ethanol gasoline blends. This is especially true for commercial transport size deliveries.
Call you local office for availability. Distribution of these products will grow with demand.
Regardless of the fuel you use to heat your home or run your car, remember that a key environmental issue is the exhaust
byproducts of the burned fuel. A well tuned furnace or boiler, just like a well tuned automobile, will burn fuel more completely and efficiently and help you get the most from your energy dollar while reducing combustion byproducts.
See our service page for information on having a trained and certified Griffith Energy Service Technician come out and make sure your equipment is functioning properly.
Energy Saving Tips
- Check the insulation levels in your attic, exterior and basement walls, ceilings, floors, and crawl spaces. Visit the Consumer's Guide for instructions on checking your insulation levels.
- Check for holes or cracks around your walls, ceilings, windows, doors, light and plumbing fixtures, switches, and electrical outlets that can leak air into or out of your home.
- Check for open fireplace dampers.
- Make sure your appliances and heating and cooling systems are properly maintained. Check your owner's manuals for the recommended maintenance.
- Study your family's lighting needs and use patterns, paying special attention to high-use areas such as the living room, kitchen, and outside lighting. Look for ways to use lighting controls—like occupancy sensors, dimmers, or timers—to reduce lighting energy use, and replace standard (also called incandescent) light bulbs and fixtures with compact or standard fluorescent lamps.
Source: US Department of Energy, for more information please visit their website.