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3 Ways to Reduce Your Energy Bill with Holiday Guests
Thursday, December 14, 2017
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Energy services can help you cut down on your monthly bills — even when you’re entertaining for the holidays.

Not sure if energy services can help you save some money this holiday season? You’ll be happy to know that you can cut back on your expenses, even if this time of year is usually one of the priciest for you. The following three tips can help you reduce your energy consumption, allowing you to lessen your impact on the environment while also putting more green in your pocket.

Tip #1: Save Energy with Smarter Habits and a Smarter Thermostat

Smart thermostats allow you to control your home's temperature settings from anywhere. They also grant the ability to program a schedule ahead of time, which means no more money wasted on heating an empty house! Some models even let you monitor your energy usage to identify other ways you can save.

Tip #2: Use Energy Efficient Bulbs

Those little Christmas lights you drape over your home's exterior might seem small, but the amount of energy they can burn is anything but. This is particularly true for the older light setups. They may have some sentimental value, but they're a heavy drain on your energy — replacing them with LED bulbs can save you a tremendous amount of money, depending on how often you keep them lit. They also last much longer than older, less efficient alternatives.

Tip #3: Get a Home Energy Audit

Audits aren't just the scary things conducted by the IRS. At G+S Heating Air Energy Services, we want to help you save money. Our energy audits allow us to pinpoint the ways you can cut down on your consumption.

To learn more about how we can work with you to reduce your expenses this holiday season, or for information about our energy services, connect with our team of experts now.

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