Tips for Lowering Your Energy Bill
Each degree over 68°F can increase your energy usage by 3 percent.
Switching your temperature setting from hot to cold can cut energy use in half for washing one load.
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Your heating system will run more efficiently, and it might last longer.
Light-colored window coverings reflect the sun's energy, while darker ones absorb it and release heat.
Showers use half as much water as baths. Less hot water means less energy used.
Run full loads, avoid special cycles, and air-dry or towel off clean dishes.
Lighting accounts for nearly 15% of energy costs. Last to leave? Turn off the lights on your way out the door.
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Save $25 on a new, energy-efficient air conditioner.
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