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Suitcase? Check. Passport? Check. Low utility bill when you get back? …
Checking off a list of must-have vacation essentials is important, but what about the checklist for saving energy at home while you’re away? A typical household in the U.S. spends more than $2,000 a year on energy bills, so make sure you’re saving energy while you’re away with these five tips! You’ll enjoy that R&R so much more knowing that you’ll come home from vacation to a lower utility bill.