Save Energy with
Energy Star Appliances

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Why pay more for Energy Star Appliances?

You may think that just by turning lights off and limiting use of the air conditioning and heat in your home, that you are saving electricity.

While you may be conserving some energy by taking steps like these, you can do even more by making sure that you only use energy star appliances in your home.

When shopping for household appliances, look for the Energy Star logo on them. True, these appliances may cost a bit more, but in the long run, you will actually be saving money. That’s because these appliances use technologies that require less energy and water to run than other appliances.

Saving Electricity
And The Environment

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With all of the concern for the environment today, we need to do everything we can to ensure that we are conserving energy, and doing our part to preserve our natural resources.

And who doesn't want to save money on their electric bill month after month and year after year? By using less electricity and water to run our appliances, we can do more to take care of our planet - and our pocketbook.

Energy Star appliances operate with technologies that use between ten and fifty percent less energy to run than other appliances.

Energy Star Tax Credits

The Energy Star logo can also help you to receive tax credits. While many of these appliances are not eligible for the tax credit, water heaters are. There are also windows, doors, and roofs that have the Energy Star rating and are eligible for the tax credits. Click

here for more details.

Energy Star appliances include washers, dryers, refrigerators, and air conditioners. One of the most beneficial appliances is a washer. By using energy star washers, there is less water needed to wash a load of clothes, and less energy required to run the machine. You also save the energy needed to heat water as there is up to 50% less water used per load. In addition you’re saving electricity when drying clothes because energy star washers have better water extraction, which translates into less time in the dryer.

You can find these energy saving appliances
at retailers all over the country.
You can find the energy star rating on everything from home appliances to lighting, electronics, and even office appliances.
Since many appliances and office equipment are run twenty four hours a day, conserving energy is important.

You can even build your home to Energy Star standards. These homes have better insulation, more efficient heating and cooling systems, and better windows. These homes are better at saving electricity, which means less pollution, more money in your pocket, and less harm to the beautiful environment created for us to enjoy.

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