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Save Energy… Save Money


Many people are looking for ways to save money. Instead of giving up things we enjoy like going out to eat or enjoying a latte on the way to work, a few simple Homeowner maintenance tasks that you can do yourself can keep you flush in gourmet coffee.

Shore Up Leaks

Shore Up Leaks

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, reducing air drafts in your home can potentially save up to 30 percent per year in energy costs. In addition to the monetary savings, you’ll also notice that your home will be more comfortable. Here are a few places that you should routinely check for potential air leaks:

  • Gaps between surfaces such as drywall and stone or siding and brick
  • Cracks along baseboards and around windows and doors
  • Extra space around switches, outlets, lighting and plumbing fixtures
  • Close your fireplace dampers when they’re not in use

 

The size and location of the opening will determine whether you should use caulk, weather stripping or expandable spray foam to seal the leak.

Water Savings Makes Cents

Water heaters account for 17 percent of the average home’s energy, consuming more than all other household appliances combined, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Anything you can do to save hot water is money in your pocket. By adapting a few of your household routines, you can easily decrease your hot water usage:

  • Turn off the water while scrubbing dishes or brushing your teeth
  • Take showers instead of baths and try to keep them under seven minutes
  • Lower your water temperature to 120 degrees, which will help you to save on heating costs
  • Set your water heater to vacation mode when leaving town
  • Install low-flow faucets and fixtures on sinks and showers
  • Upgrade faucets with water-saving aerators
  • Wrap your water heater with an insulation blanket

 

By implementing a few of these suggestions, you’ll be on your way to cutting your energy usage – giving you a little extra cash to splurge on something you want!

Water Savings Make Cents


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