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- On January 10th of each year, “National Cut Your Energy Costs Day” encourages consumers to reduce their overall energy costs by improving home efficiency.
- According to Freddie Mac, a typical U.S. family spends $2,200 per year on energy bills. By making energy efficient upgrades, you could reduce your energy bills by up to 30%.
- To assess the energy efficiency of your home and see how it measures up, take a moment to check out Home Energy Yardstick to calculate your estimated opportunity. Don’t forget to have your energy bills nearby!
As with any kind of change, give yourself time. You don’t have to make all of these adjustments at once; and it will be much easier to take small steps rather than large leaps. Soon, you’ll begin to notice your utility bills start to decline, and you’ll be lessening your carbon footprint, too. All these small changes will become one big change, and you’ll be glad you did it!
Keeping Current Matters. ”National Cut Your Energy Costs Day [INFOGRAPHIC]” https://www.keepingcurrentmatters.com/2020/01/10/national-cut-your-energy-costs-day-infographic/
(Accessed January 10th, 2020)