Conserving energy is not just a trendy concept, but rather the new norm among homeowners. Motivated by saving money on utility bills, as well as by the desire to play a role in protecting the environment, homeowners are taking steps to make their homes more energy efficient and to change their behaviors to conserve energy at home. The choices you make when designing your home, as well as your personal behaviors and habits, can impact the energy efficiency of your home. The bottom line is that an energy efficient home will cost less to operate. Comparing homes on a per-square-foot basis, a new home built with efficiency in mind will have significantly lower operating costs. Beyond designing your home to be more energy efficient, here are some additional tips on how to conserve energy at home:
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