In order to save energy in your home, you may want to think about insulating your loft, attic, and/or roof. Since heat rises, it is important that they are insulated so you do not always need to use the air conditioner on your home. This is usually so simple that you can do it yourself.
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If you aspire to live a green, environmentally friendly lifestyle, there are many options for you. You might not be capable of spending lots of money in going green, but there are simple things that you could do such as cleaning your furnace's filters each month or by setting your heat at sixty degrees when you are not at home. You can also help reduce energy usage by reducing the temperature of your water heater to 120 degrees. Even small steps that you take can add up to a big difference!
If you are planning to go greener, you should consider fixing any taps that are leaking. Doing this will decrease the amount of water you use, and as a result, you will have more hot water in your home. This can really help if you are struggling to have enough warm water in the shower.