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Speaking of thermostats, adjusting your home’s programmable thermostat is another quick and effective way to achieve a more energy-efficient home. This easy fix isn’t just about raising your home’s cooling system a few degrees or lowering your heat in the winter.
There has been a widespread movement toward swapping incandescent light bulbs for LED versions. This quick fix allows you to immediately make your home more energy-efficient, as the new LED light bulbs “use up to 90% less energy and last up to 25 times longer than traditional incandescent bulbs,” according to the experts at Better Homes & Gardens. As a bonus, the longer-lasting bulbs will save you cash over time in replacement costs.
Energy-efficient home improvements, even small changes, can lead to a more sustainable home and significant cost savings. From budget-friendly window coverings to additional insulation or new appliances, a range of options are available and can make a real difference in your home’s energy consumption. Below, we reveal some of our favorite tips for creating a more energy-efficient home.
Are you only care about your indoor decor for becoming more beautiful but neglect your pets? Have you ever thought about your pets? Have you ever wondered whether their homes are comfortable for them to live too? No? Then here is your chance. Here we provide some amazing ideas for the design of living spaces [...]