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Don’t let cold weather hike your power bill

Don’t let cold weather hike your power bill

Article was added on Tuesday, March 14, 2017

While you protect your plants from this cold weather, remember to protect your power bill too. It's important to keep thermostats set no higher than 68°F or below and use the "auto" setting. Using "on" causes the fan to run all the time and uses much more energy. Find more energy saving tips here.




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