Congratulations to our Hero Of The House winners! From February through June, we challenged you to prove your energy-saving know-how, and share your DIY projects around the house. And from the quiz results (56% of our quiz takers proved they were a hero!) to sharing your tips, ideas, and photos on Twitter and beyond, so many of you rose to the task!
Did you miss out on the fun? You can still take the quiz, “Are You a True Hero of the House?”
Through what you’ve shared, you have inspired and motivated each other, and shown that we can all make a difference on this planet. Some of those tips and tricks, as well as additional ideas, can be found in our How to Be a Hero of the House Room-by-Room Guide.
We would like to congratulate our nine winners below. Thank you for being a Hero of the House, and we hope you put your home improvement gift cards to energy-efficient use!
Twitter Chat Winners:
Photo/Tip Submission Winners
Scavenger Hunt Winners:
Of course, a hero’s journey never ends… it’s an ongoing challenge. For more energy-saving tips and tricks, explore the StarTex Power Blog and learn even more!
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