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The average household spends more than $2,000 a year on energy costs, and much of that is wasted. To save money and increase comfort, here's what you should look for.
Looking to save energy and reduce your natural gas bills? The U.S. Department of Energy has identified weatherstripping and caulking, followed by insulation improvements, as the most effective ways to save energy in a home.
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Is hidden energy waste costing you? Some energy losses are easy to spot, while others may be concealed behind walls or in dark corners.
Seal air leaks with caulk, or add window film or storm windows. Replace older, single-pane windows with new ENERGY STAR-certified products.
Natural gas outdoor appliances, such as barbecue grills and patio heaters, provide a safe and convenient way to spend quality time in your backyard and extend the summer season.
Cook dinner efficiently and scrape dishes. Use task lighting. Dim the lights for savings and a cozy atmosphere. Put electronics in sleep mode for the night.
These five tips can help you save money while maintaining your comfortable lifestyle.