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2014 Energy Guide by Kentucky Living

  • Replace furnace filters monthly during the
    heating season. (Clogged filters force the
    blower to run longer, raising your utility
    bill.)
  • Install a programmable thermostat to
    reduce heating/cooling expenses when
    you’re away from home.
  • Install a high-efficiency showerhead, which
    can reduce hot water use by up to 50
    percent.
  • Lower the temperature setting on your
    water heater to 120 degrees.
  • Block the heat from the sun with blinds in
    the summer; open blinds in the winter to let
    solar heat in.
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