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Stop Air Flow and High Energy Bills


After a long day at work, we are ready to go home and re- lax. Our homes should be an oasis for all of us, where we can kick back and get com- fortable. There


is no oasis of comfort


when your home is too cold in the winter or too hot in the summer. That means it is leaking air, and wasting money. One of the best things you can do if you have high electric bills is check the insulation. How much is in your attic and basement or crawl space? What kind is it? Is there an air barrier along with the insulation? The an- swers to these questions will determine how much energy


Find out how Lake Region Electric Cooperative can help you lead by example at TogetherWeSave.com.


and money you can save. 


 your home, but too much leads to discomfort and high electric bills. Properly installed insulation paired with an air barrier can do a lot to save energy.         rolled batts, you will need to create an air barrier by seal- ing all of the cracks and gaps between the living spaces - lulose does a better job of blocking air, but only foam insulation offers its own air barrier. Check out EnergySavers.gov to learn more about in-


sulation. You can also contact Lake Region Electric Co- operative and talk to our member services about whether  you will be well on your way to a more comfortable home, and lower electric bills.


Source: EnergySavers.gov Cooperation in Education


Lake Region Electric Cooperative (LREC) matters because we support local schools in our area through programs like Operation Round-Up, Youth Tour, Energy Camp, Leadership  Safety demonstrations make learning fun for the younger


students. LREC employees can take time out of their schedule to teach local classrooms about electric safety. All a teacher needs to do is make a call to LREC and the safety coordinator can bring an eye-catching safety display to your school. Of course, these programs are just the beginning, as a


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 were founded on the principle of concern for community.         many programs for years to come. From scholarships and youth leadership programs to all-expense paid trips to Washington D.C., with the annual Youth Tour contest. LREC matters in the classrooms and by working to deliver safe, reliable, and affordable power.


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