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  • 12/07/2015

    How to Save through the Holiday Season

     The month of December is a notoriously big month for spending. Most families are buying gifts, decorating their homes, attending parties, hosting out of town family and buying tons of food. During a month of so much spending, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to save a little money too? Keep reading for a couple helpful tips on saving (while you’re spending) this holiday season. 1. Have a PlanIf you have to make trips to the grocery or to the mall…

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  • 11/12/2015

    Don’t Gobble up Energy this Thanksgiving

    Many fun and festive things are associated with the Thanksgiving holiday- shopping, family, thankfulness, and football, just to name a few. But one that stands out above them all is food! There are tons of delicious foods that we think of when Thanksgiving is mentioned, but the majority of those foods require a whole lot of work in the kitchen. Thinking of all the oven usage that goes into creating those delicious Thanksgiving meals, we must ask—is there a way…

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  • 10/14/2015

    6 Ways to Save Energy this Halloween

    Halloween is one of those holidays on the calendar where we want to go all out with decorating. Many of us compete to see who has the most festive or most spooky house on the street. But are there ways to keep the creepy while saving energy? Consult our top 6 tips to make sure your Halloween stays scary while your bill at the end of the month isn’t.1. Ditch the Hanging LightsCandles can function as a festive addition to your…

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  • 09/15/2015

    10 Tips to be More Energy Efficient on the Road

      With Labor Day this month, and the holiday season right around the corner, it’s likely that you’ll be doing some traveling. We’ve talked about energy efficiency in the home but don’t stop there. Now, we’re taking it to the road. Be more energy efficient with your road trips after reading these 10 tips. 1. Make Sure Your Car is Up to the Drive Take the time to get your car checked and serviced before you head out. Get the…

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  • 08/05/2015

    8 Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Fall

    It’s already August, and fall is coming. We want to help you, your family, and your home to be ready for the cool weather that’s on its way. Follow these 8 tips to get your home ready for fall with time to spare. Inspect Your RoofInspect your roof for any loose, missing, or damaged shingles. Make repairs before the colder weather and snow starts to come. If your roof is flat, be sure to remove any debris as well.Test Safety Devices…

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