No-Cost and Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips For Your Home

No-Cost and Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips For Your Home
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No-Cost and Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips For Your Home

How would you like to save hundreds every year on your utility bills?
You can with the tips you will find in No-Cost and Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips For Your Home

The average family currently spends $1600 each year on utilities, and that amount is expected to rise drastically this year. A lot of the energy costs for a typical home is wasted though and this is where you can save 10% to 50% on your utility bills. In No-Cost and Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips For Your Home you will learn:

How to find energy leaks in your home

Low cost ways to seal your windows against energy loss

How your landscaping can save you money

How to determine if you have enough insulation and where to add insulation for the most savings.

And many more money saving tips!

The trick to getting the most savings is to use a whole house approach, from the roof, walls, and insulation that enclose it to the appliances and lights inside, using the simple and practical tips you will find in No-Cost and Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips For Your Home.

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Course Intro Video

Lessons

  1. The first step to taking a whole house energy efficiency approach is to find out which parts of your house use the most energy.
  2. The energy-conserving landscape strategies you should use for your home depend on the type of climate in which you live.
  3. Water heating is the third largest energy expense in your home. It typically accounts for about 16% of your utility bill.

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