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What are the biggest mistakes homeowners make when it comes to energy use? According to Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories: %X\ ELJ Many homes have fur- naces and air conditioners that are way too big. HVAC sales reps often try to sell big units because they cost more. But an oversized unit wastes energy and will cost you more, in the long


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run, on heating and cooling bills, than a smaller one that is properly sized for your home and your family’s lifestyle. 2YHUORRN OHDNV When you replace your heating and air condition- ing system, get your ducts checked for OHDNV (YHQ WKH PRVW H㑆FLHQW PRVW expensive system won’t perform at peak if heated or air-conditioned air is escaping through the ducts. 8QGHU LQVXODWH Heat rises, so it makes sense to insulate your home’s attic. But it’s equally important to in- VXODWH ÀRRUV RYHU D EDVHPHQW RU FUDZO space, and walls and windows. Con-


ditioned air can leak out of your home from almost any uninsulated space. 6NLS IDQV Ceiling fans and portable fans can help circulate heated or air-conditioned air, which gives your home’s HVAC system a break— and allows you to turn the thermostat down in the winter and up in the sum- mer. Fans use little electricity, but can PDNH D ELJ GL㑅HUHQFH LQ KRZ FRPIRUW- able you feel in the room where one is running.


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