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Energy Saving Appliances

Little things can make a big difference when you are trying to save energy and money.

With all the talk about global warming, the affects it has on the environment, destruction of ecological systems, and how it ultimately affects all of us, many people are actively looking for ways to conserve energy. You may be surprised to find that you can do a lot to help the environment by doing little things that add up to making a big difference to the overall health of planet Earth.

You can start in the comfort of your own home. Just take a look at the appliances you have and start from there. Appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, stoves and ovens, microwaves, hot water heaters, washer and dryers, dishwashers, and heating and air conditioning units are heavy users of energy.

Old appliances use much more energy than newer modeled Energy Star Qualified products. Energy Star Qualified appliances easily pay for themselves in a few years and save money over their lifetimes.

What are Energy Star Qualified Appliances and Products?

  • The Energy Star program was created by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency to try to reduce energy consumption. It is a program that identifies and labels energy efficient appliances that can be used in households, offices, and businesses.

Buying energy saving devices and Energy Star Qualified Appliances may seem like very small gestures to some, but if everyone would get involved and do his or her part, you can only imagine the amount of energy that would be saved and how it will help make the world a better place to live in.

With the cost of energy skyrocketing, many people are turning to things like solar energy panels to shave their power bills. But you don't have to spend thousands of dollars to make a difference, you can start by recycling, reusing, and buying energy saving appliances.


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