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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Dec. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — As 2014 approaches, the go-to resolutions remain unchanged; weight loss, time spent with family and friends and budgeting. One way to cut back on funds is to invest some time and a little money into your home to save on energy bills for tips in the long run. Here are 5 habits that custom homebuilder Nate Abbott, of Falcon Custom Homes. For he encourages his clients to implement in 2014 that will affect your energy bills in a positive way.
LCD monitor: $2.51
Laser printer: $12.43
Plasma TV: $159.76
DVD player: $8.67
Game console: $25.73
Convection microwave: $3.85
Rechargeable toothbrush: $1.35
— Caulk or weather-strip air leaks around doors and windows to keep the warm or cool air in, depending on the time of year.
— Replace your furnace filter at least every three months for high air quality.
— Turn off water when brushing your teeth or doing the dishes.
Although some of these tips only save pennies here and there, putting all these tips to use could save you hundreds of dollars annually. By putting these home-oriented resolutions into place, you will begin to find yourself with extra spending money to accomplish your other resolutions.
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