This year put your house on an energy diet

Source: Mary H.J. Farrell, Consumer Reports

Just as many homeowners are coping with thinner wallets, bills for those holiday indulgences are coming due. Paying them may require a little belt-tightening. One way is to slim down your energy costs. The average American household spends about $2,000 per year on energy, according to the Department of Energy—and about 45 percent of that is heating-related. There are a few simple things you can do to lower your utility bills without sacrificing comfort.

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