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Buying an Energy Efficient Vacuum: A Consumer’s Guide

Energy efficiency is one of the biggest concerns for modern homeowners, and it’s easy to see why. With steadily climbing utility costs and more and more states offering subsidies for energy efficiency, it’s important to make every item in your house as efficient as possible. You may have considered low-flow showerheads and energy efficient washing machines already, but if you…

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Saving Money Room by Room

There are certain rooms in the house that are known for using a lot of energy, and the bedroom usually isn’t one of them. After all, there are no energy-wasting appliances in the bedroom, and much of the time that you’re in this room is spent sleeping with the lights off. Even though you may not consume as much energy…

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How Smart Home Security Systems Can Keep Residents Safer

Many homeowners install smart home security cameras for the convenience of being able to remotely control their security system. These smart home security systems don’t just make life more convenient—they make your home more secure, too. Here are some of the features that can keep you safe and sound: Smart Home Security Systems: Video Doorbells Law enforcement officers across the…

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How New Landscaping Can Help Your Energy Efficiency Measures

When people think about energy efficiency measures, many of them imagine smart home devices or solar panels on their rooftops. However, there’s another important area of the home that people overlook far too often when thinking about energy efficiency: their outdoor areas. Believe it or not, landscaping can seriously aid energy efficiency measures on your property. By cutting down the…

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Energy Efficiency Could Save Us Billions, So What’s the Hold Up?

The results of an energy study requested by U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry were recently leaked, and they show that the energy efficient policies that are currently in place are saving Americans money. The amount that these policies are helping Americans save isn’t pocket change either—it adds up to more than $500 billion. Perry requested the study in order to…

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