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Energy Saving Tips
With kids going back to school, it's the right time for your whole family to get back into good energy habits.
Learn how you can save energy this summer with these easy tips.
When summer turns hot and humid, remember that cranking up the air conditioning is only one option. Shade trees, awnings and window treatments block heat from entering your home, and running a fan keeps rooms comfortable at higher temperatures.
Closing the blinds and turning up the thermostat just 10° to 15° as you walk out the door can shave a lot off your electric bill this summer.
Take advantage of renewable energy by using solar-powered outdoor lighting in your garden or along your sidewalk.
Trees not only improve your landscaping and help the planet; they can also contribute to saving energy on your heating and cooling bill.
Clean your vents and seal ducts properly to improve efficiency by up to 20 percent*.
Get smart: Installing a smart thermostat is a small investment, but quickly turns to huge savings and a warmer home.
Make a 2014 Energy Resolution. Consider investing in an energy-efficient electric heat pump, CFL bulbs, weatherproofing or ENERGY STAR® appliances that can help save money all year long.
Up to 15% of a home's heat loss can be attributed to an improperly sealed attic entrance.
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