We all want to find ways to save our hard earned money. The US Department of Energy has some great tips on how homeowners can save.
By taking energy efficient actions in the home, you can save money by reducing your energy bill.
Here are some simple, but effective actions you can take around the home.
For example, start by turning back your thermostat 10 – 15 degrees for eight hours a day.
Try washing your laundry in cold water.
Also make sure your water heater is set to 120 degrees.
If you can reduce air conditioning energy use by 20-50 percent when you switch to high-efficiency air conditioners.
The quickest way to save money on home cooling is to regularly clean and replace your cooling unit’s filters.
For more information on how to save money and conserve energy in your home, visit EnergySaver.gov
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