by April Reinhardt
(last updated November 20, 2017)
The trend lately of being eco-friendly, with the emphasis of saving energy, leads us to think of what we can do within our own homes to conserve energy. Even if you're already conscious about how to help the environment through using recycling programs and turning off lights when you leave a room, there are probably other things that you can do to conserve energy around your home. Here are some things you might consider doing around your home to help conserve energy:
You can also have your gas appliances and furnace checked annually to ensure they are efficient, install a programmable thermostat, adjust vents and use ceiling fans to better direct warm and cool air into the room, and use drapes at windows to insulate the air in the room.
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