What’s in that bag? Outlet Caps and more! Posted on February 26, 2015 by Anna Archer Share this post What’s in that bag? With the ReEnergize Pgh Energy Efficiency Challenge swinging into full gear, here’s an insider’s look at what participants are working with. Every household that signs up to be a part of the competition receives a ReEnergize Pgh Energy Efficiency toolkit! Our Ambassadors have been hard at work getting these out into their neighborhoods, and encouraging their neighbors to utilize them.This week we’re diving into those Energy Efficiency toolkits and taking a closer look at the energy saving tools inside! We’ve covered shower timers, weather stripping and caulk already! [bctt tweet=”Make the switch. Use outlet caps and covers to help @ReEnergizePGH #EnergyTips “] ReEnergize Pittsburgh Outlet Caps, Outlet & Light Switch Covers The potential energy savings from reducing drafts in a home may range from 5% to 30% per year, and the home is generally much more comfortable afterward. -Energy.gov Did you know that drafts can get into your home through outlet and light switches on exterior walls? Electrical outlet and light switch covers help reduce drafts in your home. They are incredibly easy to install and fit right inside the plastic covers that are on your light switches currently, adding an extra layer of insulation and stopping those drafts. Electrical safety caps can both stop drafts and protect outlets. They plug directly into wall outlets easily, and are an added layer of protection! For more information, visit energy.gov. Win your own ReEnergize Pittsburgh toolkit – share your favorite energy saving tip(s) in the comments section below. We will announce winners on Monday.