ENERGY SAVING TIPS - VOLUNTEER ENERGY
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How to Winterize a Vacant House

Wintertime is tough on houses. The extra cold and wet test its structural integrity. Heavy snow stresses the roof and walls. The cold winds blow down fences and shingles from the roof. It’s a fantastic idea to prepare your house for the winter during the fall. This process is called winterizing, and in this post […]

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End of Summer Energy-Saving Tips

As the summer starts winding down, it’s a great time to think about how you can best prepare for the fall by ensuring your home is as energy efficient as possible before the weather starts to cool off and back-to-school begins to gear up. Here are a few tips that you can implement in your […]

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Volunteer Energy Spring Energy Saving Tips & Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring Cleaning Tips that Save Energy

It’s that time of year again! Winter seems to have said it’s final goodbye, and warm temperatures are becoming more than just a sporadic visitor. If you’re like most of us, the sun is shining on your to-do list and the number of the home projects to get finished before the summer arrives is growing […]

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Save Money, Stay Comfortable: Winter Thermostat Settings

We all want to be comfortable in our homes, but heating throughout the cold winter months can get expensive. Luckily, you can make simple adjustments with your thermostat that can save you money, without sacrificing comfort. We’re breaking down the best tips for winter thermostat settings below. Daily Temperature During Winter The household thermostat debate […]

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