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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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vintage kitchen lighting

Vintage style is all the rage. In homes, bars, and restaurants, you see the old-fashioned light bulbs adorning cozy, inviting spaces and adding a neat vintage vibe to décor.

Flip Your Fridge Graphic - Girl

Spring is here and it’s time for sprucing up things around the home. It’s also a great time to recycle your old energy-wasting refrigerator and replace it with a new ENERGY STAR certified model. You’ll save energy and money while helping protect our climate!

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