About 80 to 85 percent of the energy involved in washing clothes is used to heat the water. Switching your temperature setting from hot to warm can cut energy use in half. Green Tips are brought to you by Tucson Electric Power.
To keep your home warmer in the winter, use your ceiling fans to push warm air downward and recirculate it in the room. Make sure your blades are spinning clockwise. Green Tips are brought to you by Tucson Electric Power.
A well-designed landscape not only adds beauty to your home, but also can reduce your heating and cooling costs. A well-placed tree, shrub, or vine can produce shade in the summer and act as a windbreak in the winter to reduce energy bills. Green Tips are brought to you by Tucson Electric Power.
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