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Saving Money with Appliances

Saving Money with Appliances Refrigerators New refrigerators use 75% less energy than ones made in the late 1970s Energy Star-approved models save an additional 15% with energy-smart technology Models with freezers on top use 10-15% less energy than side-by-side models You can save as much as $100 per year when you replace a pre-1980 fridge Washing Machines Energy Star-approved models use 50% less energy than standard models Energy Star-approved models use only 18-25 gallons of water per load Front-loading washers usually use less water and energy than top-loading washers Save up to $110 per year on bills by replacing a pre-1994 washer with an Energy Star model Dishwashers Energy Star-approved models are 25% more efficient than the minimum standard Newer models are more efficient and more effective at cleaning your dishes Look for models with options for light loads and energy- saving cycles Save $25 per year when you replace a pre-1994 dishwasher How to Save Money on Your Energy Bills Unplug it Use a power strip Unplug appliances such as coffeemakers, toasters, phone chargers, and computers when not in use It's much easier to turn off a single power strip than to unplug individual appliances Adjust your thermostat Use timers Put lamps, televisions, and radios on timers Raising or lowering your thermostat by just 1 degree can lower your energy bills when you're away so they're not on all the time using energy Sources: Infographic provided by GRINGER SAME LOCATION SINCE 1918

Saving Money with Appliances

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Energy Star approved dishwashers offer 25% more energy efficiency than standard options and use only 18-25 gallons of water per load. Check out this infographic to learn more about how new appliances ...


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