Some easy ways to reduce energy bills include air-drying laundry, unplugging electronics when they are not in use and using a programmable thermostat to keep the home at an optimal temperature. Lowering the temperature o... More »

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To lower an electric bill, it is necessary to reduce energy use in the home. Unplugging small appliances, switching to low-energy appliances, sealing doors and windows, and installing a programmable thermostat is recomme... More »

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According to the U.S. government's Energy Star website, about half a home's energy bill goes to heating and cooling, so one way to cut down on electric bills is to ensure heating and cooling equipment work efficiently an... More »

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According to the U.S. government's Energy Star website, about half a home's energy bill goes to heating and cooling, so one way to cut down on electric bills is to ensure heating and cooling equipment work efficiently an... More »

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The advantages of a programmable thermostat include financial savings, reduced energy use, increased comfort and accurate temperature control. Programmable thermostats allow users to regulate temperature, which is benefi... More »

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Switching from a conventional thermostat to a programmable thermostat allows homeowners to save money on their energy bills as well as to maintain closer control of the temperature in their houses. As of 2015, the latest... More »

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Advantages of a programmable thermostat for heating and cooling include lower utility bills, less energy use, convenience and flexibility. It is important to set a programmable thermostat correctly to gain the money and ... More »

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