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The United States Department of Energy designated October as National Energy Awareness Month in 1991. This teaches us the importance of energy conservation and efficiency. It also helps us explore our options in regards to saving energy, such as switching to energy efficient light bulbs, unplugging appliances when not in use, upgrading to energy efficient appliances, or watching our water. Not only a dripping faucet can be wasteful and tiresome, but a trickle of hot water can cause the water heater to kick on and off, thus dwindling down the conservation of energy . . . and your wallet. This is just a small sampling of how we can conserve our energy.
Best Buy‘s online store is brimming with ENERGY STAR certified products – over 2,300, to be exact! Their energy-efficient products include appliances, televisions, and computers to help reduce the cost of energy. In addition, local utility companies provide additional rebates that can save you up to $300. To find rebates available in your area, check out the Best Buy Online Rebate Finder.
Taking into consideration of the average home’s annual energy bill, which normally reaches at the staggering price point of $2,200, there are a myriad ENERGY STAR products that will ease your mind and wallet. I’m in the midst of shopping around for a washer and a dryer, and one washer that is top of my list of things to buy within the next few months is the energy saving LG – SteamWasher 3.6 Cu. Ft. 9-Cycle High-Efficiency Steam Front-Loading Washer (Wild Cherry Red)!