To save money on electricity, install motion sensors or timers on lights, purchase Energy Star appliances, clean the dryer's lint trap, change the furnace filter regularly and clean refrigerator coils. Replacing incandes... More »

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In short, time-of use-meters can save money by only charging money for the time of electricity that is used, instead of the wattage used. This can be beneficial or negative, depending on the individual's usage patterns. More »

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Turning a hot water heater off while not in use does save money, according to TXU Energy, a Texas power company. The easiest way to turn off the heater is with an automatic timer that keeps the power on only when hot wat... More »

To clean a dryer lint trap, the first step is to remove the lint trap filter from the dryer and remove the lint from the screen using a soft bristled cleaning brush. The next step is to clean out the lint trap housing ca... More »

Lights in a house can become dim because major appliances are pulling too much electricity from the same electrical circuit as the lights. Other causes of lights dimming include neighborhood-wide problems with the power ... More »

Though the amount of an average electric bill for an apartment varies based on utility prices and usage, the typical apartment dweller spends $30 to $50 on electricity each month, based on 2014 figures not including AC u... More »

Based on the electrical usage of the average Las Vegas hotel, a hotel like the MGM Grand consumes at least 400,000 megawatts of electricity annually. Therefore, the minimum electric bill runs at least $100,000 each month... More »