Category Archives: energy saving

Still Fighting a Drafty House – Home Upgrades to Keep Warm

  According to the U. S. Department of Energy, the typical family spends almost $1,300 a year on their home’s utility bill. You can lower your energy bill by 10% to 50% with simple and inexpensive improvements that button up … Continue reading

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3 Easy Ways to Conserve Energy and Lower Heating Bills

October is National Energy Awareness Month so it’s a good time for projects that conserve energy in the winter. The experts at Lowes will help you find products to lower your heating bill and we think these projects are particularly … Continue reading

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Staying Warm with Heat Upgrades

According to the U. S. Department of Energy, the typical family spends almost $1,300 a year on their home’s utility bill. You can lower your energy bill by 10% to 50% with simple and inexpensive improvements that button up your … Continue reading

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Simple Ways to Lower Your Utility Bill

It’s still warm in some parts of the country, but it’s not too early to start thinking about keeping your heating costs to the minimum.  Adding a programmable thermostat, insulating your attic, weatherproofing your home are all surefire ways to … Continue reading

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Simple Ways to Lower Your Utility Bill

It’s still warm in some parts of the country, but it’s not too early to start thinking about keeping your heating costs to the minimum.  Adding a programmable thermostat, insulating your attic, weatherproofing your home are all surefire ways to … Continue reading

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Quick Fix for Saving Energy Dollars

The first step to making a dent in your heating bill is to button up areas of the house that let heated air out like the seal around doors and windows. Filling the gaps around the movable joints on the … Continue reading

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