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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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lady with thermostat

Smart, connected thermostats are all the rage, and EPA is now awarding the ENERGY STAR label to those that deliver on the promise of energy savings.  That’s all well and good, but what if you don’t want a smart thermostat, or it’s not in your budget right now?

The best gifts do great things

There is nothing better than feeling like you have found the perfect gifts for your loved ones.  This season, give them a gift they can feel especially good about all season long.  Electronics, appliances, and now smart thermostats that have earned the ENERGY STAR label have the extra b

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