... AC five degrees warmer in summer, you can save on energy. This can save 20 percent in cooling costs. You should find an Energy Star logo or seal right on the product, so be sure to look for it. ENERGY STAR appliances meet guidelines set by the U.S. Dept. of Energy and also the EPA. You can get a tax rebate from these type of items, as well. TIP! Instead of using standard lights for your next holiday season, make sure to use LED lights to decorate your tree and home. A study conducted by the United States A study by the Department of Energy needs everyone to make this change. You can shave a significant amount from your utility bills by installing a programmable thermostat. The settings you can program into one of these devices help control the temperature of your house even if you aren't around. They are also programmable for day and night temperatures. TIP! Cover your windows if you're not going to be home. This simple act blocks the sun from entering and heating your house in ...
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