Energy-efficient Clothes Drying + MORE

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Trips to the zoo and the park, movies, visiting grandma, play dates … park, park, park. By this time, you may have already run through your list of kids’ summer activities several times over — and are eager to find something new and fun to do with your children until school starts again in the fall…

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Thermostats, appliances and TVs are all getting “smarter” every day. But did you know windows are, too?
Technology makes many things in your home work better and more efficiently – including your windows. “Smart windows” aim to help homeowners manage one of the most important functions of windows: light…

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If you’re looking for ways to reduce your energy bills and carbon footprint, it may be a good idea to look in your laundry room. Seventy-nine percent of American homes use a clothes dryer (and 80 percent of those are electric), according to ENERGY STAR®.

If line-drying is out of the question for your family because of space, time or homeowners association constraints, ensuring that your clothes dryer is as efficient as possible is the next best thing…

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We don’t call the hottest weeks of the year “the dog days of summer” because they’re fun for dogs. August temperatures in parts of Texas can easily climb into triple digits, and while that kind of heat is hard on everyone, it can be lethal for pets if you don’t take steps to protect them from the heat…

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Summer is a great time to make home improvements that will not only increase your home’s value and beauty, but also boost its energy-efficiency. Replacing old, drafty, inefficient windows can make your home more inviting and lower your cooling and heating costs.

You can reduce your home’s energy bills 7-15% when you replace old windows with new ENERGY STAR® qualified windows, according to energystar…

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