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Seal the leaks.

The best and most effective place to seal a home is on the inside. This not only prevents air movement, it also prevents moisture from accumulating in the wall and ceiling cavities.

Check your fridge/freezer temps.

Recommended temps are: 38°F to 42°F for the fridge and 0°F-5°F for the freezer. Even 10 degrees colder could use 25 percent more energy.

When shopping for a new dishwasher,

look for the ENERGY STAR® label — these efficient models use at least 41 percent less energy than the federal minimum standard for energy consumption.


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Energy Efficiency Arkansas

A partnership between the Arkansas Energy Office and Arkansas’s investor-owned electric and natural gas utilities and electric cooperatives, Energy Efficiency Arkansas exists to provide Arkansans with unbiased information about cost-effective energy efficient practices, improvements and technologies.


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