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Blog Posts in May, 2012

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  • The DIY Energy Evaluation: Do It On A Saturday, Enjoy The Savings For Years To Come
    The DIY Energy Evaluation: Do It On A Saturday, Enjoy The Savings For Years To Come

    With the Fayetteville summer in full swing, it is a good idea to make sure that your home is as energy efficient as possible so that you can avoid high summer bills. One of the best ways to do this is ...

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  • Buying An A/C That Doesn't Need R-22 Refrigerant: Good For You, Good For The Environment
    Buying An A/C That Doesn't Need R-22 Refrigerant: Good For You, Good For The Environment

    If your home has had the same air conditioner for decades, now is the time to move up to a more energy-efficient model. Aging systems rely on R-22 refrigerant, a substance that is detrimental to the ...

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  • The Smart Decision When It Comes To Programmable Thermostats
    The Smart Decision When It Comes To Programmable Thermostats

    Many folks are adjusting their thermostats for saving energy these days, and that’s smart to do. Get even smarter with a smart programmable thermostat, which takes the chore and guesswork out of ...

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  • How To Choose A Stand-by Generator You Can Rely On
    How To Choose A Stand-by Generator You Can Rely On

    Where did winter go? We barely felt the cold before spring was creeping in with record-setting temperatures . The unpredictable weather patterns aren’t likely to let up any time soon, and power ...

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  • Don't Neglect Your Fireplace When It's Time For Spring Cleaning
    Don't Neglect Your Fireplace When It's Time For Spring Cleaning

    Spring cleaning is a time-honored tradition and it prepares your home for summer’s activities. One of the first things to clean during the spring is the fireplace and the chimney. By doing this ...

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  • Get The Facts About Grid-Tie Solar Energy Systems
    Get The Facts About Grid-Tie Solar Energy Systems

    Residential solar power comes in two flavors: off-grid and grid-tie. The difference between the two relates mainly to how electricity demands are met during hours when solar power is not being ...

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