4 Ways To Conserve Energy In The Home

Posted on: 6 October 2017

Energy consumption in the home happens every day, even when you are not in the house and have turned all the lights off. Ask your electrician- you use electricity and otherwise waste energy even when you turn appliances off. Here are four ways to reduce energy consumption in the home so you can help lower your electricity bills and conserve the environment at the same time: Unplug appliances Unplug appliances you don't need to be turned on all the time in order to use them.
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Tips For Reducing Your Baseboard Heating Bill

Posted on: 30 September 2016

If you have baseboard heating, you likely are looking for ways to cut your power bill so that you can put more money towards fun activities or savings. Here are some tips for bringing down your baseboard heating bill. 1. Dust Your Heater The first thing that you need to do is actually dust your heater. There is a greater amount of surface area with your baseboard heater than other heating methods and it does not project as far.
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3 Exterior Lighting Ideas For Your Country Cottage

Posted on: 30 September 2016

A nice, secluded country cottage can be a wonderful vacation spot. It's a nice place to relax and escape from the hectic city life. However, you will need to install exterior lighting. One of the trade-offs for country living is that you don't have lots of street lamps around, or even ambient light from nearby buildings. So, unless you want to have to walk around your property at night using flashlights, or moonlight, you will need to install some exterior lighting.
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How To Run A Junction Box Line From Your Breaker Box

Posted on: 29 September 2016

If you're planning on adding an additional electric line to handle the ever increasing need for power outlets, you should consider adding a junction box at some point along the line instead of running the line directly to a single outlet. Although you can run additional lines from an outlet, you are more limited in the direction that the additional lines may follow. When branching from an individual outlet, it's much easier to run a line in the same general area as the outlet.
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