With the holidays fast approaching, it’s safe to say that the kitchen is the room in your home that gets the most attention. In order to maximize the amount of time you spend with your family and loved ones, we’ve come up with a list of kitchen tips that’ll not only save energy but save time, so you can focus on celebrating.
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No one likes chores, especially laundry, which many of us do at least once a week. Not only do we frequently partake in this cumbersome chore, but the washer and dryer is among one of the costliest appliances in the home according to the EPA. In fact, many clothes dryers use more energy than your refrigerator.
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There are many common causes for a power outage. They include:
- Bad weather can cause damage to power lines and poles. Some lines and poles are more sensitive than others. Their sensitivity depends on their age and how they were installed. Some are installed incorrectly, incomplete, or do not receive necessary upkeep as often as needed.
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