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Lower your water heater temperature

Set your water heater thermostat at 120 degrees F or lower. This way you'll reduce the amount of energy it takes to produce and maintain your hot water by not overheating it. The average household spends more than $250 per year on water heating; the second largest energy expenditure behind heating and cooling.

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The end to Daylight savings time is here, and that can mean many things for different people…an extra hour of sleep, less daylight when you get off from work, and perhaps most importantly, a greater dependence on your lighting as you return home to a dark house.

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Fall is officially here, with its warm sweaters, crisp temperatures and pumpkin spiced everything. For many this season is just about perfect, but that brisk chill in the air also means that many of us will start to crank up the heat, as we try to keep our homes nice and comfortable.

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