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Even if you use gas, propane, or wood to heat your home, the furnace blower still needs to use electricity to circulate the warmed air. Depending upon the size of the fan and how often it runs, this can contribute to $20-$40 of your electric bill each month.
The average home uses about one-quarter of its gas and electricity heating water. Installing low flow faucets and shower heads can help you reduce your hot water use and your water heating bill!
Learn what kind of insulation you need, how much you need and where you need it can be confusing. Learn to find the type of insulation that fits your needs.
Looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient?
Justin and Jessica Brent, owners of our December Places & Faces business, Blue Barn Airedales, have welcomed two litters of puppies since Thanksgiving! Read the article in the Dec. 2017 issue of Ohio Cooperative Living or visit them on Facebook to learn more.
Larry and Hollie Snow, owners of My Green Obsession, have a passion for tropical and carnivorous plants. Learn more about this unique greenhouse near Charles Mill Lake in the October issue of Ohio Cooperative Living magazine.
Dino Bersis has been designing and building stringed instruments for over 50 years. Learn more about Dino's beautifully crafted guitars and bouzouki (a stringed instrument from his native Greece) on page 20C of the November 2017 issue of Ohio Cooperative Living magazine.