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Brands like Amana and Energy Star focus on saving energy with their products.
We are all looking for a way to find environmentally friendly alternatives to everyday life. When it comes to your home there should be no difference. This particular post will be focused on efficient heaters and cooling units.
We are all looking for a way to find environmentally friendly alternatives to everyday life. When it comes to your home there should be no difference. This particular post will be focused on efficient heaters and cooling units. This is something we can all relate to because we either live where it’s hot or its cold. If you have a sophisticated heating and cooling system in your basement or anywhere in your home, chances are you are spending way too much on energy bills and that unit is nothing close to “green”.
Amana and Energy Star
Most units made before the year 2005 use to much energy than it needs to. Let’s talk about a few new models that will save you money in the long run and keep our mother earth around a little longer. Brands like Amana and Energy Star focus on saving energy with their products.
Other companies have jumped on the ban wagon as well and all you have to do is shop around. Not to mention, these “green” additions or alterations to your home will save you tons of money on your bills. Using less energy means a significantly lower bill, who doesn’t like the sound of saving money?
Now, if you live in a state such as New York or New Jersey where some homes do not come with central AC, there are individual units that fit the bill as well. For apartment dwellers a good “green” tip is to set your AC or Heat to automatic and leave it around 75 degrees F in the summer and 68 degrees F in the winter.
More “green” coming soon
Believe it or not, and automatic setting uses less energy in most cases because if you leave you AC off all day, to cool your home back down will take twice as much energy than to have it cool once it reaches a baseline line temperature throughout he home. More “green” coming soon.
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