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Working During the Day? The Programmable Thermostat Can Adjust Temperatures as Needed

Whether the weather is warm or cold, you’re usually weighing your comfort against your energy costs. The costs of keeping your home cool or warm may be adding up if

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Controlling Your Energy Costs Is As Easy As 1, 2, 3

A large portion of the average household operating budget is spent on energy. When you get proactive about reducing waste, controlling your energy costs is easier. You can start with

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Solar-Powered Home Heating And Cooling: Learn How You’ll Benefit

With the costs of energy on the rise, many homeowners are looking for ways to save money on their utility bills. If you have been considering solar-powered home heating and

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How New A/C Systems Improve Noise Levels

When you have a noisy air conditioner, it can really drive you up the wall. No matter what you do, that annoying sound is always there, overpowering your conversations, TV

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Sealing Air Leaks — Caulking And Weatherstripping Tips

From frozen winters to scalding summers, homes in the northeastern portion of the United States are exposed to the full brunt of “Old Man Weather’s” wrath.

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Is An Aging Air Conditioner Costing You Energy Dollars? Consider A High-Efficiency Upgrade

The average service life of a central air conditioner is 15-20 years. You may not want to wait that long to replace yours, however. Chances are, high-efficiency technology may have

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Save Energy And Protect Your Home During Summer Vacation — 7 Tips

Energy efficiency in your home is a priority these days, but what can you do to save energy when you’re not home? While you take off for a well-deserved vacation,

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Standby Generators — Because You Never Know When You’ll Be Without Power

It is hard to imagine living our modern lives without electricity. Yet, in an average week, millions of people in the U.S. have to go without power for some period

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Need A New Thermostat? Smart Systems Are The Way To Go

Climate control can account for as much as one-third of your total home expenses. A well-maintained system can reduce those costs, but did you know that a new thermostat can

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Energy Costs Seem Too High? You May Not Have Adequate Insulation

One of the more cost-effective ways to control energy costs is to upgrade your home’s insulation. If the exterior shell of your home, often called the envelope, doesn’t keep heated

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