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If you’re in the market for a new house, you may have considered a home with energy-saving features. And if your wish list goes beyond having a low-flow showerhead or two, you may have come across a few properties touting … Continue reading
Buying appliances that use less power can be a smart thing to do, but figuring out when to swap an existing model for what’s often a more expensive version can be tough. The payback for new, energy-saving appliances can vary … Continue reading
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The typical U.S. household spends about $1,300 on its home energy bills, according to the Environmental Protection Agency . And for many of us who live in regions that experience extremes in weather patterns, $1,300 may be a conservative estimate. … Continue reading