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Best Energy Saving Laundry Practices

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Did you know that washer and dryers are among the costliest appliances to operate in the average home? A standard washing machine uses 19 or more gallons of water per load. Since most people wash several loads of laundry per week, here are some best practices to help you reduce your energy use and save …

Wellness: Tips to boost your energy

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As we start off a new year, many of us resolve to improve our health. If you find yourself feeling sluggish, tired, and wondering why you have low energy, it is worth looking at your lifestyle to see what changes you can make. Stay hydrated, controlling stress, and indulging in self-care are just a few …

Is Your Home Prepped for Weather Emergencies?

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It is important to be prepared for any emergencies – especially weather emergencies. Whether you live where tornados, hurricanes, thunderstorms, flooding, snowstorms, or fires are prone to happen, it is crucial to be prepared. Every year the U.S. faces severe weather, some of these weather events occur more frequently depending on the location. The damage …

New Year’s Resolution for Saving Energy

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As we head into a brand-new year, it’s an ideal time to add energy conservation to your list of resolutions! Reducing energy use in your home will also help you save money. Here are thirteen easy ways to help you with your energy-saving resolutions. Appliances Taking shorter showers will mean less water your heater needs …

Holiday Decoration Safety

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As we near the end of the year, holiday decorations begin to go up, and the focus is now on holiday celebrations and making new year’s resolutions. While you may be rushing around getting the last-minute details together, take a minute to inspect your holiday decorations. By reviewing these tips and tricks you may find …

Is Your Energy Use Naughty or Nice? Tips for Holiday Gatherings.

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Holiday season has officially begun which means lots of food, cooking, decorating, family gatherings, shopping and more. While the holidays are fun filled, they can be a little energy – draining. It is important to conserve your energy during the holidays. Whether you are the one hosting or visiting loved ones, here are some helpful …

Is Natural Gas for you?

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If you live in a deregulated state, you can choose your natural gas supplier! But why choose natural gas? What are the benefits of natural gas? One benefit of natural gas is its impact on the environment. It can be derived from renewable resources and the use of it promotes the reduction of smog, acid rain, and greenhouse …

Tailgate Electrical Safety Tips

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It’s football season, which means tailgate parties are in full swing! Before you pull out the crockpots, food warmers and all those extension cords, it’s a good idea to think about the safety of your setup. Follow these guidelines for safe extension cord use and go team! Use only extension cords marked “For Outdoor Use”. …

Get to Know Zero Emissions Day

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The worldwide movement known as Zero Emissions Day, or ZeDay, began on September 21, 2008, and aims to encourage the use of renewable energy sources to “give the planet a day off” from emissions. As we get closer to ZeDay 2023, it’s a great time to prepare for how you can safely participate in this …