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How much could your home benefit from energy efficiency investments? Calculate your energy savings to find out.

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Many companies in the Greater Kansas City area have met the minimum requirements to perform HOME PERFORMANCE with ENERGY STAR assessments (energy audits).


Additionally, some members practice specific trades. Contact any of these professionals to start improving your home’s comfort and energy efficiency and begin cutting your energy costs.


Tips to improve your home and lower your energy bill

By moving the air around, ceiling fans can make a room feel up to seven degrees cooler - think wind chill, but in your living room. Attic fans actually pull air in from the outside into the home and will lower the temperature of the house.



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So for those days during the summer when it isn’t too hot, you can often forgo turning on the air conditioner and stick with a fan or use an attic fan.



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However, it is even energy-efficient to use your ceiling fan while your air conditioner is on because it allows you to keep your thermostat at a warmer temperature, and the ceiling fan will take care of those last few degrees to get your home to the desired temperature. Just remember that the fan cools you by moving air, not by changing the temperature of the room, so there’s no benefit to leaving it on when you’re not there.




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