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Propane Water Heater - Three Energy Saving Tips

Do you know how much of an average household's total energy use goes to water heating? 14%; it is usually the second largest part of your energy bill. We use hot water throughout the whole year so any energy-saving strategy will make a big difference. Here are three tips to cut your water heating bill by one-fourth or more. Insulate the water heater tank and hot water pipes: First, you have to check if your propane water heate... Continue Reading...

Home Energy Savings Tips: Compact Fluorescent Lamps

Because electrical lighting consumes nearly 15% of a household's electricity use, you may wish to learn about some energy efficient lighting alternatives. Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) are one you should consider. Their design blends the energy efficiency of fluorescent lighting with the convenience and interchangeability of incandescent fixtures. CFLs will fit ne... Continue Reading...

How To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Making your home more energy efficient can save you a lot of money in the long run. One way to make a home more energy efficient is insulating the water pipes and the water heater. With the water heater it takes a bit of energy to heat up the water in your home. If you insulate the pipes and the water heater you can save on a significant amount on y... Continue Reading...

 

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