You Can Save On Utilities With Discipline

September 12, 2013 2:57 PM
You Can Save On Utilities With Discipline
" BOSTON (CBS) – This is my favorite time of year. We have days in the fall where we do not need either the AC or the heat on.

Review your electric bill. You will see the pattern of lower costs in September and May. Then it spikes up in July and August with AC costs and again in the late fall when we turn the heat on.

There are ways you can control your energy costs. Last week we discussed saving energy as a New Year’s resolution. If you save energy, you save money.

I know we want to be warm or cool depending on the time of year, we also want to be clean and we want our clothes to be clean. We want our lights, TVs and computers working. There are small things you can do to save big and not give up your AC.

Saving on energy costs will require work on your part, but once you start saving money it becomes addictive. So what can you do before the first frost?

Get an energy audit "

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