Home in the fall

Small changes can help you save.

Fall in Texas usually means mild temperatures, but these tips can still help you save more this season.


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Heating and cooling drive most of your energy usage.

Take advantage of mild weather by opening your windows or running your fans to give your A/C a much-needed break.



Change your air filters regularly.

Replacing your air filters could lower your usage by up to 15%.* Check your filter for how often it should be replaced and set a reminder to swap it out.



Keep your kitchen cool.

Fall is the perfect season to master the grill! Your slow cooker and Instant Pot are also great alternatives to the stove or oven – cooking low and slow will help save energy.



Your personal energy dashboard.

Knowing your energy habits can help you stay informed and save. MyEnergy Dashboard provides a snapshot of your daily, monthly and yearly energy habits to see how your usage changes with the weather. Check it out online or in our app. 

Learn more.

TXU Energy App for iPhone
TXU Energy App for Android



See your home's usage. 

Fill out you home profile in MyEnergy Dashboard to get a personalized look at where your energy's going and how it stacks up to homes like yours. 

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Get personalized budget alerts. 

Set up helpful email or text alerts to keep your savings on track in real-time in MyAccount. 

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*Source: energy.gov