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How to save power

(HealthDayNews) -- When it comes to your energy bill, get the most bang for your buck with these energy saving tips from the Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services:

  • Block the daytime sun with awnings on the outside of your windows or close indoor drapes and blinds.
  • Do your cooking and use other heat-generating appliances in the early morning or late evening when possible.
  • Open windows instead of using an air conditioner or electric fan on cooler days and during cooler hours.
  • Keep windows and doors closed during the hottest hours of the day.
  • Plant deciduous (leaf-shedding) trees, shrubs and vines on the south and west sides of your house to provide shade in the summer and sunshine in the winter.
  • Keep outside air conditioning units free from leaves and other debris that can clog vents.
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