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Energy Saving Light Bulbs - The Sensible Alternative
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Drafty House? Six Home Energy Saving Tips

Want to put more money in your pocket? You can up to 10% or more on your energy bill by eliminating as many the air leaks in your home as possible. During the summer warm air leaks into your home and during the winter leaks out of your home, wasting a good portion of your energy dollars. One of the fastest and highest payback dollar-saving jobs you ca... Continue Reading...

Energy Saving Windows

Windows are one of the great energy-wasters of any house. About 25% of the total heat loss is from traditional double glazed sealed windows. New technology, however, has resulted in more efficient energy saving windows that can significantly cut down on heat loss. Heat loss is not the only concern with windows they can also let in heat during summer weather. This can increas... Continue Reading...

Energy Saving Light Bulbs - The Sensible Alternative

The lights in an average household use about 20% of the total electricity, so anything that will reduce that power consumption will help lower your energy bill while cutting down on pollution. Fortunately, its easy to save energy on lighting by simply installing energy saving light bulbs. Regular incandescent light bulbs produce light by heating a small filament inside the bulb. This heat production accounts for 90% of ... Continue Reading...

 

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