TXU Energy Fall Savings Tips

Small changes can help you save.

We’ve got tips and tools that make it easier to keep up with your usage and budget every season. Plus, prepare your home for winter with these simple tips.


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Comfy Settings

When it’s nice out, try opening your windows or running your fans instead of your A/C. Turn your blinds upward to block out the afternoon heat.



Filter Check

Replacing your air filters regularly can help keep your heater and A/C running smooth all year. Swap it out more often if you have pets.



Cool Chef

Fall can be a great time to master the grill. A slow cooker or Instant Pot are also good alternatives to your stove and use less energy.



Heads Up, Usage Down

With timely email and text alerts about your usage, you can quickly adjust and save.

Learn more.



Handy Guide 

Knowing how your home uses energy can help you save. Our app makes it easy to keep track of your usage and how the weather can affect it, view your predicted bill, set helpful alerts and more.

TXU Energy App for iPhone
TXU Energy App for Android



Simple Tips to Prepare for Winter
  • Flip fans: Running fans clockwise in the winter helps push warm air down into the room to use heat more efficiently.
  • Get a tune-up: Have your heating system serviced regularly to keep it running efficiently.
  • Seal leaks: Check for leaks around doors and windows where warm air can escape. Use caulk and weather stripping to seal any openings.
  • Trim trees: Cut back branches near your roof to avoid damage from ice and snow, and clean your gutters to avoid water damage during a freeze.
  • Test detectors: Test your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and change their batteries each year.