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energy billsDuring the summer, you may notice a sizeable spike in your electric bill, especially after a strong heat wave. These tips can help you with energy savings even when the thermometer climbs. Most experts agree that 78 degrees F in the daytime is a livable setting that will cut electrical use. By easing into it and implementing these suggestions, you can have lower bills and a comfortable home.

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Ways Weather Can Affect Your Energy BillLots of things affect your energy bill, but obviously, weather is a major factors impacting how much you spend on maintaining a comfortable temperature in your home. In the summer and winter, when temperatures are colder or warmer, we use more power and our bills go up. But weather can affect our energy bills in other ways too. Here's how to understand some of them.

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Benefits of Using Solar PowerIf you're looking for a cleaner and cheaper alternative to using fossil fuels for your home comfort, one option you'll want to consider is solar power. Due to the myths that eager salespeople and spammy ads communicate, it's important to do your own thorough research before going solar. Learn more about the pros and cons of solar energy.

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All About Air Balancing For Your HomeIs your HVAC equipment in good working condition but you're having problems with temperature inconsistencies, humidity control and high energy bills? These types of issues are often related to poor air balancing in an HVAC system. Fortunately, there are steps a knowledgeable HVAC pro can take to correct air balance issues that can improve your system's performance and energy consumption and boost your comfort too.

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Save Energy in Your Home Using Window TreatmentsAs a resourceful homeowner, you've probably thought of different ways to save energy and keep your Fort Wayne home comfortable. Professional HVAC maintenance is a good idea each spring and fall, and so is sealing the air leaks in your home's envelope. If you find you still can't keep your home comfort up and your energy bills down, maybe it's time to take a second glance at window treatments.

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Indoor Humidity: How it Affects Your Health and BodyThe level of humidity inside homes and buildings has a great deal to do with comfort and your family’s health. Under ideal conditions, its level should range between 30 and 50 percent, depending on the season and outdoor temperatures. Lower levels in the summer increase comfort, while higher levels in the winter help you feel warmer. Ideal levels year-round safeguard your health.

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