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So you’ve started pulling those sweaters out of mothballs and started seeing holiday decorations in stores…have you thought about getting your house ready for the cold months ahead?
It’s easier to get through the long winter months with peace of mind and money in your pockets, if you start preparing now and not at the […]
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Another way to cut your AC expense is to install an attic gable fan. Below is an example of an install a reader sent us from the Philadelphia area. This install was done with a fan that the home owner already had and a new WIN100 outlet controlled thermostat from Lux Products as seen in […]
Forecasters are saying that after a long cold winter, we should be preparing for a long hot summer. The recent summer-like temperatures means higher utility bills already. Here’s a few tips that can help you save money during the upcoming summer months.
Turn off the air conditioning. This doesn’t mean you have to suffer through […]
Earth Day 2014 is Tuesday April 22nd. Earth day is meant to inspire the public to take better care of the environment and learn to take pride in the environment. The original Earth Day was used as a teaching day to get the public more informed about the environmental impact humans were making.
In the U.S., daylight saving time was first used during World War I to conserve resources. It was reinstated again during World War II until September 1945. The Uniform Time Act of 1966 created a standardized system to observe daylight saving time.
So how does it affect us today? The Department of Energy studied the […]
The other day I decided to tally up the amount of money I’ve spent in various household categories so I could really get a sense of the extent to which small things can add up. One thing that stood out to me is that I’ve spent an average of $150/month on utilities (gas, water, electric). […]
Whether you live in a part of the world where the mercury is soaring, or where frigid temperatures are settling in for the next few months, there is one thing you can be certain of — you’re going to have to pay more to keep your home comfortable [MORE].
A good way […]
Tips to avoid plumbing issues:
Let water drip from a fixture that is the furthest away from the water supply line to prevent frozen water pipes & breaks in your home. Leave cabinet doors open under the sinks so heat from the room reaches the pipes. Make sure the water is turned off to outside […]