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With summer in full swing and the air conditioning running constantly, it’s never too late to start saving money on your energy bills. Whether it’s replacing your furnace filters, sealing leaky HVAC ducts, installing energy efficient lighting, or planting shade trees on the western side, there are plenty of relatively simple ways to conserve your hard-earned dollars.
Start with the basics:
1. Open the windows at night and use a fan instead of running the AC.
2. Keep your furnace filters clean.
3. Seal leaky ductwork.
4. Turn off lights and electronics when not in use.
5. Use a clothesline instead of the dryer when possible.
6. Replace lighting with energy efficient options.
7. Install low flow water fixtures.
These websites have plenty more ideas to help save you money on energy bills:
That next big project is coming up. As you get ready to start, you should try to keep in mind what would appeal to a future buyer.
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