We're all becoming more aware of how we use electricity in our homes.
In a typical home, about 60% of energy costs are tied up in heating and cooling and 20% in hot water. So, those are the first places to look when it comes to saving energy.
Consider how you can save on air conditioning, heating and hot water costs. Look specifically what you can do in spring, summer, fall and winter.
Many of these energy savers take just a change of habit. Others will require a little bit of work and a few purchases.
Start with the basics and you'll begin to see some savings.
Source: Ontario Power Authority
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