Here are a few ways you can save money by reducing your energy costs:
Lowering the Thermostat
Save $22 per month by lowering your thermostat by 5 degrees. Most homes stay warm and comfortable when their thermostats are set between 65° and68°. If yours is set higher, you may be using more energy than you need. For
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Cell Phone Renewal
If your cell phone service plan is up
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Visit attictent.com for information about an attic tent that you can place over your attic door to reduce energy costs.
Visit Department of Energy for tips and step-by-step information on doing your own home energy audit.
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Saving money on energy costs can be easy. Just a little time and expense to insulate, or small changes in your lifestyle, can reduce your day-to-day energy costs.
Reducing energy consumption reduces your household spending and conserves valuable energy resources. Home energy costs make up 4% of the average household budget.
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Pre-paid phone cards save you money on your communication costs.
The average wireless bill in the U.S is $48.54, according to CTIA (2008). You can reduce that cost to communicate with others by buying a pay-as-you-go plan.
Pre-paid phone cards are an economical way to save on long-distance calling. Before making phone calls when you
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