Doug Rye, licensed architect and the popular host of the "Home Remedies" radio show
Summer’s Top 10 Tips for Saving Energy
Follow a few basic tips and you’ll notice improved comfort and lower bills
Whew! It is getting warm outside. I guess that’s pretty normal for this time of year. And this is just the beginning. We’ve still got the hottest part of the summer to sweat through.
Since this is the peak time for electricity use, I thought it would be a good time to review some tried and true ways to keep that cool air inside your house and to cut down on your electric bills.
Here are my top 10 tips for the summer:
I hope you’ll consider making some of these basic improvements. If you do, you’ll notice the difference in the improved comfort of your home and the size of your utility bills.
Doug Rye, a licensed architect and the popular host of the "Home Remedies" radio show, works as a consultant for the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas to promote energy efficiency to cooperative members statewide. To order Doug's video, call Doug at 1-888-Doug-Rye. More energy-efficiency tips can also be found at www.ecark.org.
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