☀️How to lower utility bills when temperatures rise

Thirteen percent of a typical home’s energy costs are for cooling, according to Energy Star. Here are three easy ways to rein in these expenses—even on hot summer days.

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1. Turn your fan on.

Instead of setting the air conditioner to 74° F or 76° F, set it to 78° F and let a ceiling fan do the rest. It costs little to run and can make

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