Saving Energy in the Kitchen for Thanksgiving | Cirro Energy

Cirro Energy Kitchen Energy Saving Tips 300x200 Saving Energy in the Kitchen for Thanksgiving | Cirro EnergyAt Cirro Energy, we look forward to Thanksgiving just as much as everyone else, but we’re also a little inclined to think about all the energy expended on the holiday. As cooks across the country gear up for the feast, they’re probably not thinking about their electricity bills. At Cirro Energy, we’re always looking for ways to save our customers money on energy, so we’ve collected a few tips to help you this Thanksgiving.

  • Think outside the oven. By doing some of your prep in the slow cooker, microwave or toaster oven, you’ll keep your kitchen cooler, and use less energy running both your oven and your air conditioner. Sweet potatoes, for example, can be very easily prepared in a slow cooker. You might consider grilling some things as well; grilled vegetables are a nice addition to any meal!
  • Plan for potluck. Ask your guests to contribute to the feast, and you’ll use your kitchen appliances less. Not only that, but you’ll be in keeping with the original spirit of the holiday, and you’ll allow your friends and family members the chance to show off their signature dishes.
  • Lower the thermostat. The oven provides enough heat to help warm your home so if you are planning to use the oven all day, lower the thermostat and save energy by allowing the oven to do most of the work.
  • Use the right burners. Choose burners that match the pot size, and you’ll avoid wasted energy from heat that’s lost in the empty space around the pot.
  • Store your food correctly. Avoid putting uncovered items in the refrigerator, as this can release moisture into your fridge and force it to work harder as well as dry out your food. Allow hot foods to cool a little before you put them away to avoid introducing heat into the refrigerator.

We at Cirro Energy want to wish you a happy Thanksgiving, full of fun, family, food, friends and energy savings! To connect with other Cirro customers and share recipes and household tips, follow Cirro Energy on Facebook and Twitter. You can also learn more about how Cirro Energy can help your family find the best utility plan by visiting the website.

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Simple Thanksgiving Recipes | Cirro Energy

Cirro Energy Thanksgiving Recipes 300x199 Simple Thanksgiving Recipes | Cirro EnergyThanksgiving is approaching, and we at Cirro Energy can almost smell the turkey in the air! It’s fun to dig out the old family recipes and cook the traditional meal, but this year, why not try something different? Here, we’ve gathered some delicious and easy Thanksgiving recipes that may inspire you to start some new traditions!

  • What do you eat before the big dinner? It’s common to plan for the more important meal without giving much thought to what everyone will eat throughout the day. A Breakfast Casserole can make the morning a little brighter, and these easy Pumpkin Muffins make a tasty snack if you’re getting peckish while prepping the food.
  • Take some of the heat out of the kitchen by utilizing your crockpot. Certain dishes, like sweet potatoes, can easily be prepared in a slow cooker, leaving your oven free for more pressing issues- like the turkey.
  • Do you still buy the canned cranberry sauce? Making your own is easier than you think, and with this recipe for Apple Orange Cranberry Sauce, your guests will think you went to a lot of trouble.
  • Pumpkin is the go-to gourd of the season, but winter squashes are delicious and packed with nutrients. Try this Red Cooked Butternut Squash to add an Asian flair to your celebration, or give Ina Garten’s Caramelized Butternut Squash a go.
  • Why not bring something unexpected to the table? This Confetti Corn Casserole is rich and creamy, with just the right amount of bacon. Artichoke Gratinata brings gourmet flair to your table, yet is easy to prepare, as are these Garlic and Sundried Tomato Corn Muffins.

 

No matter how you serve it up, Thanksgiving is all about celebrating family and getting back to your roots. Here at Cirro Energy, our roots are deeply entrenched in Texas.  We love being close to the communities we serve, providing energy to families across this great state. To connect with other Cirro customers, follow Cirro Energy on Facebook and Twitter, or learn more about how Cirro Energy can help your family find the best utility plan by visiting the website.

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Rake Up Savings with Cirro Energy | Official Rules

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This Fall, Rake Up Savings with Cirro Energy. Show us how your family is having FUN this Fall, and you could win a free month of energy from Cirro Energy. Visit our Facebook Page to get started on the contest, and continue reading for complete Terms and Conditions.

Official Contest Rules and Terms and Conditions – Cirro Energy Rake up the Savings
Sponsor: Cirro Energy
Prizes: 3 total winners. For Cirro Energy customers- $225 maximum credit per winner applied to the winner’s December Cirro Energy Bill: The bill credit will appear on the bill with December usage and will only be applicable for charges incurred during that month. The bill credit will not cover any previous balances and will be precisely for the total amount of the December energy use, applicable TDU fees and all taxes up to $225. The Cirro Energy winning customer is responsible for all amounts not covered under the bill credit prize and previous balances. There is no cash value for current Cirro Energy customers. For non Cirro Energy customers the prize is a VISA debit Reward Card for $165: Prize value for non Cirro Energy customers is based on average December residential load profiles from the PUCT and Cirro Energy 12 month pricing and TDU fees listed on the EFL as of October 20, 2014. The amount is an average of load profiles in each service area in ERCOT and the corresponding Cirro Energy 12 month pricing. A detailed breakdown is available upon written request to: Cirro Energy – Rake up the Savings contest, P.O. Box 700608 Dallas, TX 75370-0608.
All income sales, use and other taxes (and the reporting thereof) imposed as a result of the award of a prize are solely the winner’s responsibility. Winners may be required to complete certain Internal Revenue Service tax information reporting forms before or upon receipt of a prize.
Eligibility: The contest is open to all legal residents of the United States of America 18 years or older. Prizes available to current Cirro Energy customers and non Cirro Energy customers. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A purchase will not improve a contestant’s chances of winning. All winners may be requested to sign an Affidavit and Release to claim a prize at the request of Cirro Energy, where permitted by law. This contest is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations. By participating in this contest, contestants agree to these official contest rules. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. Upon entry of the contest, contestants give express permission for Cirro Energy to use their name and images in any and all future content, marketing materials, and promotions, in any and all media now known or hereafter discovered, worldwide, and on the world wide web without review, notification or approval, and without additional compensation, in perpetuity, except where prohibited by law.
Contest Period: The contest runs from 10/29/14 thru 11/21/14. Entries must be received by Noon CST, on 11/21/14. Three finalists will be awarded prizes. The delivery of the prize will be completed by Cirro Energy. Winners will be notified via the email address provided on the form on 11/24. A Selection Committee comprised of Cirro Energy and Splash Media members will review each Entry. The Selection Committee will then select three (3) winners from the total submissions based on: (a) Consistency with the brand messaging of Cirro Energy and the Cirro Rake Up contest ; (b) Creativity ; and (c) Visual Appeal (collectively, the “Selection Criteria”). Entry: Contestants enter the contest by fully completing the following entry requirements. Contestants must complete the entry form AND submit a photo by uploading the photo through the photo uploader on the Rake Up the Savings with Cirro Energy tab. Contestants opting to share the contest information at the end of their entry form completion will receive a second entry option. Any attempt by any participant to undermine the legitimate operation of the contest will void all entries by such party. Contestants are limited to one contest entry and one bonus sharing entry per email address. Cirro Energy reserves the right to refuse entry or posting of any photo for any reason including but not excluded to deeming the photo inappropriate, offensive or not an original submission. Cirro Energy shall not be liable for entries that are not received for any reason. Entry photos will be ineligible if the entry information is not complete and accurate. Each entry must be the original work of the contestant, may not have been previously published, may not have won previous awards, and must not infringe upon the copyrights, trademarks, right of privacy, publicity or other intellectual property or other right of any person or entity. All entries become the property of Cirro Energy.
General Considerations: If a prize cannot be delivered to the winner, due to his or her location, or by any prohibition of the selected prize under state, county or city code or ordinance, then the awarding of the prize shall be null and void. No monetary or other prize award shall be made in lieu of Cirro Energy being unable to transfer any prizes. No substitutions, cash equivalents, or transfers of the prize are permitted unless noted in the Prizes section of the official rules.
Privacy: Other than as provided herein, Cirro Energy will utilize the names, e-mail addresses and/or mailing address of entries only to notify the contestant if he or she is a winner of the contest and to award the prize. Except as set forth herein, Cirro Energy will in no way use, sell or share this information with any party not a part of this contest.
Limitation of Liability: Cirro Energy is not responsible for printing or typographical errors in any contest-related materials; stolen, lost, late, misdirected, damaged, incomplete, or illegible entries; any use or misuse of the prize; or transactions that are processed late or incorrectly or are lost due to computer or electronic malfunction. Cirro Energy is not responsible for any energy bill amounts that exceed $225 for the month of the prize award. Cirro Energy reserves the right to cancel or modify this contest if fraud or technical failures compromise the contest.

Disputes: All disputes arising out of the contest shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the internal laws of the state of Texas without giving effect to any choice of law of conflict of law rules or provisions that would cause the application of any other state’s laws and shall be resolved only in the federal and state courts of Dallas, Texas, USA and all participants waive any rights or objections to the jurisdiction or venue of such courts.
Indemnity/Release: Each contestant indemnifies and holds harmless Cirro Energy and Splash Media and their directors, officers, employees and agents (the “Promotion Entities”) from any and all liability for any damage or loss of any kind arising from or in connection with the contest or the award, acceptance, use, misuse, failure or inability to use, possession or loss of any prize. Each contestant releases the Promotion Entities from any and all liability for any loss, harm, damages, costs or expenses, including, without limitation, personal property and personal injury damages arising out of participation in the contest, prize acceptance, use, misuse, failure or inability to use, loss or possession of any prize, participation in any prize-related activity and for all claims based on rights of publicity or privacy, defamation or prize delivery.
Severability: If any provisions of these official rules are determined to be invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of these official rules shall otherwise remain
in effect and shall be construed in accordance with their terms as if the invalid or unenforceable provision were not contained herein.
Winner’s List: The list of winners may be obtained after 11/20/14 by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope before 12/20/14 to Cirro Energy – Rake Up the Savings Contest, P.O. Box 700608 Dallas, TX 75370-0608.

 

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Halloween Safety Tips | Cirro Energy

shutterstock 17683681 300x200 Halloween Safety Tips | Cirro Energy At Cirro Energy, we know how much fun Halloween can be for kids and their parents. However, there’s intrinsic danger in this holiday too, with kids roaming the streets after dark, accepting candy from strangers! Follow these simple tips from Cirro Energy, and your Halloween can be spooky and safe!

  • A happy Halloween begins with a safe costume. Be sure masks don’t impair vision, and that nothing on the costume poses a tripping hazard. Give kids glowing necklaces and bracelets, or put reflective tape on their costumes, and encourage them to carry flashlights. Making them visible is the key to keeping them safe.
  • Travel in herds. There’s safety in numbers, so the ideal trick or treat situation involves a bunch of kids and parents roaming around together. Barring that, at least institute the buddy system, so that no one is ever left alone. Parents should accompany younger kids, even if they just stay at the curb while the children ring the doorbells.
  • Teach safety rules about which houses to visit. Let your children know that they should not go to strangers’ houses, unless you’re right there and give your permission. It should also be a rule to avoid houses that don’t have their porch lights on, and never go inside a house, unless you know the family who lives there extremely well.
  • Planning makes the route safer. Decide ahead of time which route your trick-or-treaters will travel, so you’ll know where to look if you get separated. It’s also a good idea to have a signal to get everyone back together- a loud whistle works well for this.
  • Poisoned candy is an urban legend. In all probability, there’s nothing dangerous in your kids’ candy. However, it’s still a good idea to check it out before they eat it, especially if they have allergies or other dietary concerns.
  • Do your part to keep other people safe, too. Make sure your lawn decorations won’t trip anyone, and keep your house well lit. If you’re driving, take extra care on Halloween so that you don’t miss seeing a little one impulsively darting into harm’s way.
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Keeping Your Home Warm This Fall | Cirro Energy

shutterstock 136085276 300x300 Keeping Your Home Warm This Fall | Cirro Energy At Cirro Energy, we love fall! The crisp air, the gorgeous colors, the cozy feeling of snuggling up with a slice of pie or a cup of cocoa on a chilly evening … the only thing we don’t love about fall is the increased heating costs. Fortunately, Cirro Energy has some tips you may not have considered to keep your home toasty this fall- without breaking the bank.

  • Use your textiles to your advantage! Put rugs on bare floors to keep your toes toasty, and switch out your curtains for a heavier weight and to prevent drafts. Another great way to avoid drafts is with draft dodgers – tubes made of fabric and stuffing that fit along the bottom of your door and keep air from coming through. Putting on your clothes as soon as they’re out of the dryer will warm you up, too!
  • Let your holiday baking keep you warm. Fall is the perfect time for baking bread, cookies and pies full of seasonal fruit and hearty goodness. Do your baking during the colder times of day and leave the door open after you turn the oven off.  This way  the warm air can escape into the room while your oven is cooling down.
  • Help everyone in the house to be responsible for their personal comfort. Sweaters and socks are cozy and warm, and by wearing them indoors you’ll be able to run your heater less. Keep throws and quilts decoratively draped over armchairs and sofas, or tucked away in baskets behind the furniture, so that they’re always accessible when someone is chilly.
  • Use the sun’s energy to heat your house. Keep the curtains open during the sunny part of the day, and close them as the sun goes down.
  • Humidity makes you feel warmer. Use a humidifier to make the air humid, and leave your bathroom fan off after a shower to make the most use of that humidity, too.

Saving money on heating costs this fall may take little more than some creative thinking and simple ingenuity. On the other hand, it never hurts to find an energy company, like Cirro Energy, that cares about saving its customers money and time. For more lifestyle and energy tips, connect with Cirro Energy on Facebook and Twitter.

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Halloween Lighting Ideas | Cirro Energy

shutterstock 63230995 300x199 Halloween Lighting Ideas | Cirro Energy This Halloween, Cirro Energy would just like to say … Boo! Did we scare you? Your electricity costs don’t have to scare you either, even if you want to have the spookiest light show on the block. Just try some of these simple, creative ideas brought to you by Cirro Energy, and your house will be festive for the holiday without breaking the bank.

  • Container lighting is fun, and doesn’t always require electricity. Using battery-operated lights inside and around canning jars or milk jugs, you are limited only by your imagination with how you decorate your containers. You might try decoupaging spooky faces on the outsides, with tissue paper, glue and stickers, or you could fill the jars with fake “webbing” and rubber spiders, using these jars as creepy centerpieces, lit from within.
  • If you’re using string lights, we recommend Energy Star™ certified LED lights. Did you know that you could power 140 LED lights with the energy it takes to light one incandescent bulb? For a twist on the traditional jack-o’-lantern, try winding a light string around your pumpkin for a festive look and securing it with T-pins. Use caution to not poke through any of the wires.  You can even use multiple pumpkins, stringing them together with bright little lights.
  • Use your existing outdoor lights, for a no-cost-added eerie glow. By putting green, yellow, red, orange or blue approved light filters on your existing outdoor lights, or using colored bulbs, you can lend your house an air of mystery, making it look like an unfamiliar, somewhat sinister place. Choose a décor theme that goes with your light color: green for a mad scientist’s laboratory, red for a monster’s lair, yellow for an old graveyard, orange for a jack-o’-lantern town or blue for a haunted house.

Cirro Energy likes to offer money-saving, convenient plans to people in the community, because Cirro Energy is part of the community. A company with deep roots in Texas, Cirro cares about customers and shows it, with easy to manage electricity plans. For more lifestyle and energy tips, connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Family Health and Fitness Day | Cirro Energy

9.27 300x233 Family Health and Fitness Day | Cirro Energy  At Cirro Energy, we care about the health and well-being of our customers and their families. As a company with deep roots in the community, Cirro Energy participates in many outreach programs that seek to improve the lives of those in our community. So we’d like to tell you about an upcoming date you’ll want to mark on your calendar – September 27th is National Family Health and Fitness Day.

Held on the last Saturday in September, National Family Health and Fitness Day is a health and fitness event for families, intended to promote family involvement in physical activity. Not only is this is a great cause, it is one of the goals of the U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity and Health. On National Family Health and Fitness Day, organizations in Dallas and Houston and throughout the country will host health and fitness events. These events will involve non-competitive activities such as fun walks, low-impact exercises, health screenings, open houses, games and more.

Of course, you don’t have to wait until the end of September to encourage your family to be healthy and active! Hit the park or walking trail, and spend time walking, biking, or playing active games with your family. Whether it’s group tetherball or bocce–it doesn’t matter, time spent outdoors being active with your family is always time well-spent. Teach your children to jump rope, have a cartwheel contest in the backyard, or roller skate around the block. Teach your kids how to unplug and unwind, and you’ll be setting them up with healthy habits for them to one day teach their kids.

Helping families thrive is important to Cirro Energy. That’s why we offer electric plans to fit your family’s needs, and work within your budget. For more information on Cirro Energy electric plans, visit the website. To connect with the online community, visit us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Energy Saving Tips for the end of Summer | Cirro Energy

shutterstock 71772454 300x201 Energy Saving Tips for the end of Summer | Cirro EnergyAs a Texas electricity company, Cirro Energy understands the importance of saving energy as the summer winds down. And since we’re based in Dallas and Houston, we also understand the need to keep cool! Fortunately, you can keep your cool while staying within your budget with some helpful tips from this Texas electricity company.

  • Make your thermostat your friend. Bump it up as high as you can reasonably tolerate, and knock it up a degree if you’re leaving the house. Even as little as one degree can bring savings of 3-5%! Consider a programmable thermostat to make it easy. Be aware, however, that big, sudden shifts aren’t a good idea. Cranking your thermostat up or down by ten degrees doesn’t bring it to the right temperature any faster since fans only move at one speed; it only means the a/c is working harder.
  • Protect yourself from the sun. We’re not talking sunscreen, we’re talking windows! Use window treatments to keep the sun from heating the house you’re trying to cool, and utilize shade trees and other landscaping features to keep the sun out of the house.
  • If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen. Well, ok, of course you have to eat. But if you make use of your microwave and barbecue grill, eat summer foods like fresh fruit and salads, prepare meals in bulk, or wait until the temperatures drop in the evening to do any baking, you can hold down the kitchen’s temperature. That makes it easier on your air conditioner and saves money on energy bills. To lower the energy cost of your refrigerator, keep it full, and use the “efficiency” setting if possible.
  • Use fans to give your air conditioner a break. Fans can help circulate cool air, helping your air conditioner work more effectively, even if you pump it up a couple of degrees. One caveat: fans don’t help cool empty rooms, they work by cooling the body, so turn them off if you’re not going to be in the room to avoid wasting energy.
  • Maintain your system, and you’ll get better performance. Change your air filters frequently- monthly is a good idea- to keep your system clean. Clip plants around the outside of your a/c unit, and don’t block the vents inside the house. Be aware of how much insulation you have and whether you need more. Keeping an eye on your HVAC system can pay off with lower electric bills.

Cirro Energy is a Texas electricity company with deep roots in the community. We care about our neighbors and customers, and that’s why we bring you valuable information to help you not only save on energy, but maybe even enjoy the summer a little more. For more lifestyle and energy tips, connect with us on Facebook and Twitter, or visit our website at CirroEnergy.com.

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Helping Your Kids Succeed in School | Cirro Energy

9.9 300x184 Helping Your Kids Succeed in School | Cirro EnergyAt Cirro Energy, we know that helping kids succeed in school is a big priority for parents. Parents can help set the tone for their kids’ approach to school and learning.  As we are crusing through another school year this September, which has been designated “National School Success Month”, Cirro Energy has some suggestions to help your child have the very best school experience possible.

The first step in ensuring your child’s school success is to create an environment that helps him or her to learn. Start with making sure they get enough sleep, eat a good breakfast, and leave for school with all the necessary books and supplies. Each day, check your child’s school bag for information, homework and completed work, and maintain communication with teachers. Get involved in your child’s school, whether volunteering, joining the PTA or asking the teacher what is needed for the classroom. Help your child with homework at night, encourage him or her to participate in extracurricular activities, and to help pack school bags and lunches the night before so that mornings can go smoothly. Additionally, instill in your child a love of learning by finding ways to incorporate it into your everyday lives in fun ways.

Success in school is more than just academic success. In fact, you can break it down into four key areas:

  • Behavior: Help your children work on self-control and appropriate classroom behavior, in order to prepare them for school. Listen to them, and if they’re struggling, try to get the bottom of any problems. Sometimes, improving behavior can be related to getting a pair of glasses or seeking out after-school tutoring.
  • Classwork: If your child is having trouble completing classwork, talk to the teacher to find out what’s at the root of the issue. It’s possible that your child needs to change seats or needs special study conditions, like working in  a more secluded area to avoid distraction.
  • Friends: Sometimes social factors can lend to a child having trouble in school. Get to know your child’s friends, and talk to your children to find out if they are having any trouble “fitting in” or feeling comfortable at school. Involvement in extracurricular activities can help children to form lasting bonds with like-minded kids.
  • Home: Families have problems from time to time, and modeling good problem solving is the best thing you can do for your children. You can also show them healthy ways to manage stress and set goals.

Help your child get the very best start by instilling a love of learning that will help them to succeed in school. To connect with other Cirro customers and share tips for improving family life, follow Cirro Energy on Facebook and Twitter, or learn how Cirro Energy can help your family find the best electricity plan by visiting the website.

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Labor Day Barbecue Ideas I Cirro Energy

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Cirro Energy offers suggestions for your Labor Day barbecue.

Labor Day is just around the corner, and Cirro Energy wants to give homeowners in Texas ideas for their Labor Day barbecue! It’s always sad to see the summer go, but throwing a party will ease the transition into fall. Here, Cirro Energy gives some advice for doing it right.

  • Plan ahead. People often use Labor Day as an opportunity to sneak in one more mini-vacation, so send your “save the date” invitation notices well in advance, and follow up with more specific invitations as the date nears.
  • Choose the right space. No one knows more about how challenging it is to keep energy costs down during the hot summer months than Cirro Energy. Consider sparing your own electric bill by holding your bash at a location other than your home, like the park or a sprayground area but make sure you get the right permits and permissions before you finalize your plans. If you do host it at your house, consider keeping the party outdoors as much as possible, because your air conditioner has to work harder when more people are in the house.
  • Go beyond hot dogs and hamburgers. There are many ways to plan a menu that will make your party a little more exciting.

If you’re looking for low fixed rates on your electricity, a commitment to customer service, and account management that works for you, you are in the right place with Cirro Energy. For more information, visit the website at www.cirroenergy.com. For a deeper connection, join Cirro Energy on Facebook and on Twitter.

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