Here are just six quick steps to reduce your utility bills!
Step 1.) Set your thermostat to conserve energy. By setting your heat to come on at a slightly lower temperature, or your air conditioning to come on at a slightly higher temperature, you can reduce the number of hours that you will need either gas or electricity to adjust the climate in your home in any given month. The energy that you save will directly translate to financial savings.
Step 2.)Take advantage of daylight hours to heat your home at no cost. To conserve the heat during evening hours or to block out the heat, keep your shades closed. Step
Step 3.)Use less water throughout the day. You can reduce the amount of water that you use by taking steps such as shortening your showers and turning off the water while you brush your teeth. You can also reduce the amount of water that you use by fixing any leaks in your home, no matter how small they may seem initially.
Step 4) Wash your clothes and dishes during off peak hours. During off peak hours, electricity is less expensive. You can also save money by air drying your clothes or dishes. Step
Step 5.) Turn off electric appliances when they are not in use. Running your computer or leaving your television turned on can not only increase your electric bill directly, but can also generate additional heat in your home.
Step 6.) Switch to energy efficient fluorescent light bulbs. These light bulbs consume less electricity while you are using them, letting you save money on your home utilities. They also last significantly longer than traditional incandescent light bulbs and generate less heat.
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