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Home Energy Saving Tips For Summer

5/3/2018 (Permalink)

Those high temperatures summer brings can surely rack up high electrical bills. Here are some tips to keeping cool and save energy:

  • Air leaks is very common in homes. Make sure to seal up windows, doors, and other parts of your home in which cool air can sneak out of.
  • Look for products with the Energy Star label. Air conditioners with the Energy Star label usually use 15% less energy than conventional models. That means more money in your pocket.
  • Make sure to clean and maintain air conditioners. Have your filters cleaned or replaced. This helps so your air conditioner uses less energy to operate.
  • Unplug any appliances when not in use or when leaving your house. To make this hassle free, plug in appliances or home electronics on a power strip and turn off the power strip when not in use.
  • Close blinds, shades, or curtains to keep your home cool and the hot sun rays out.
  • Wash your clothes in cold water. Skip the dryer and take it old school with a traditional clothes line.

We hope these simple tricks will help you out this summer!

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