The holiday season is almost here, and if you’re not prepared, higher energy bills are on their way with it.
EIA is predicting a likely 9-13 percent increase in heating costs for most homes this winter. Combine that with the desire to have a Griswald-like holiday display and many Americans are facing big energy bills this season. But don’t lose your holiday spirit yet!
If you’re smart and take our advice, your energy bills will drop faster than the LED ball in Times Square!
1. Deck the Halls with LEDs
The holiday season wouldn’t be complete without Americans lighting up the neighborhood with the brightest and most colorful displays possible. But 40 consecutive nights of illuminating your front lawn adds up.
LED holiday lights use up to 90 percent less energy and can last up to 40 holiday seasons. And the costs to operate make traditional bulbs look like energy…
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