by April Reinhardt
(last updated May 23, 2018)
If you use your common sense, you'll most likely think of ways to reduce your utility bills. For example, as I sit here writing this article, I can see a few things that I could do right now to help conserve energy and possibly lower our utility bills. No one is using the kitchen just now, yet I know that the light is on over the sink, as well s the main ceiling light. The light is also on over the kitchen table. I could get up right now and go turn those lights off, and save energy and money. I'm also quite chilly at the moment and have contemplated turning the heat up from the 68 degrees it is set up, to 70 degrees. Instead, I could go find a sweater and put it on, instead of sitting here wearing only a tee shirt and a thin pair of slacks.
While I go find my sweater, here are some things that you might consider doing to help lower your utility bills, and conserve energy:
Now that I'm wearing my sweater, and have turned off the kitchen lights, it's your turn to think of ways to help conserve energy and lower your utility bills.
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