On the Essentials of Energy Saving - Parker & Sons

When it comes to energy, the old maxim previously applied to hitting the club, “less is more,” applies aptly. The less you use, the longer your equipment will last, the lower your utility bills will be, and you can put more money in your pocket. Indeed, energy conservation is easy with an open mind, and below are some of the essentials everyone should know.

Drip, Drip, Drip

A leaky faucet can cause your utility bills to go through the roof. If you are a do it yourselfer, then this is an opportunity to flex your mechanical muscles. If not, then you should probably call a plumber like the type employed at Parker and Sons—hint hint. Indeed, a leaky faucet could potentially fill Shamoo’s tank in a year’s time.

Brushing with Money on your Mind

No, the aforementioned statement is not from a rap song. At Parker and Sons, we encourage everyone to keep in mind that brushing your teeth can waste quite a bit of water when you leave it running the whole time. It’s a very simple way to save an extra $20-30 bucks a month. You should be brushing with money on your mind anyways, might as well make it a reality.

Is your Refrigerator Running? Well Make Sure Its at the Correct Temperature

Your refrigerator should remain between 37 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit, anything less will not only waste energy, but it will make your food taste unpleased. What’s more make sure you keep your refrigerator closed while no in use. Otherwise your just throwing money out the window.

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