Green Living Tip - Time Your Heat

Instead of leaving your water heater and furnace running all night, consider installing a timer that shuts them off at night and restarts them before you wake up in the morning. In some parts of the country you can also reduce the cost of your electrical bill by limiting high-energy activities such as doing laundry and showering to certain times of the day. Some providers raise rates during prime-time or critical hours of the day, so it is often best to run appliances before 7am or after 10pm.

Tip courtesy of Green Living. [1]

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Tip courtesy of Green Living

1.) http://www.greenlivingonline.com/slideshow/10-easy-ways-cut-your-energy-bill-winter?page=7

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