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(Tuesday, 07 November 2017) Written by greeniac12127
If youíre a well-informed homeowner, you probably know it pays to be energy efficient, for both your family and the environment. According to the estimates by the U.S. Department of Energy, homeowners can save up to 30% on home utility bills by making handpicked upgrades. If youíre not sure which energy efficient home improvement projects promise highest return, here are a few ideas you can use to dial up your nestís sustainability and save money in the long run.

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Install low-flow showerheads

<p>Installing low-flow showerheads will take your householdís energy efficiency to the next level by allowing you to trim water waste and heating bills. With the flow rate of less than 2.5 gallons per minute, low-flow showerheads use twice less water than their classic counterparts, so youíll get to do a twofold favor to Mother Earth by a single water feature update. In addition to switching to low-flow showerheads, you can also swap standard faucet heads for water-saving aerators to further reduce water and electricity waste and greenify your home.

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Opt for energy efficient bulbs

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