Go Green and Save Money

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Stephenville homesAre you a new homeowner looking for ways to save money and go green at the same time? Owning a home can be expensive, but taking the following tips into consideration can save you money and help the environment at the same time.


-First off, make sure to check your attic’s insulation. See if there is enough insulation, and if not, install more.


-Conserve energy and make sure to lower your hot water heater’s temperature to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.


-Keep the air circulating in your home by installing ceiling fans in each room.


-Make sure that any exposed water pipes are wrapped with insulation.


-Take control of your home’s temperature by installing a programmable thermostat that everyone in the home has access to.


-Save energy by hanging your clothes to dry. To do this, hang a clothes rack in your laundry room or take your clothes outside and dry them on an outdoor clothes rack.


-Take into account the plumbing in your home and check for any leaks in your bathroom sinks, toilets as well as the kitchen area.


-Make sure to replace the air filters in your home and clear all the vents in the area from any grime and dust that may be obstructing air access.


-Fix and seal any cracks in the basement that may lead to excess moisture.


-Install energy-saving appliances and air-seal your home in order to significantly cut energy costs.


-Make up your own home maintenance list and make sure to adhere to it on a daily basis.


If you are interested in learning more about the homes and properties in the Stephenville area, please contact us. We would be happy to share with you the details of the wonderful Stephenville area real estate options currently on the market.

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