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With the recent cold snap hitting California, you can take some steps to reduce the amount of energy that you're using to lower your bill. Here are some suggestions.

Turn down your thermostat to 68 degrees. For every degree you lower your heat in the 60-degree to 70-degree range, you'll save up to 5 percent on heating costs. Wear warm clothing like a sweater and set your thermostat to 68 degrees or lower during the day and evening, health permitting. Set the thermostat back to 55 degrees or off at night or when leaving home for an extended time, saving 5-20 percent of your heating costs (heat pumps should only be set back 2 degrees to prevent unneeded use of backup strip heating).

Replace or clean furnace filters once a month. Dirty filters restrict airflow and increase energy use. Now is also the time for a furnace "tune-up." Keeping your furnace clean, lubricated and properly adjusted will reduce energy use, saving up to 5 percent of heating costs.

Reduce hot water temperature. Set your water heater to the "normal" setting or 120-degrees Fahrenheit, unless the owner's manual for your dishwasher requires a higher setting. Savings are 7-11 percent of water heating costs. Insulate the first 5 feet of pipe coming out of the top of your water heater or the whole length until the pipe goes into the wall if that is less than five feet. Pipe insulation is available from your hardware store.

Seal up the leaks. Caulk leaks around windows and doors. Look for places where you have pipes, vents or electrical conduits that go through the wall, ceiling or floor. Check the bathroom, underneath the kitchen sink, pipes inside a closet, etc. If you find a gap at the point where the pipe or vents goes through the wall, seal it up. Caulk works best on small gaps. Your hardware store should have products to close the larger gaps.

Consider replacing your old gas appliances with an ENERGY STAR® water heater or furnace. If your gas water heater is more than 12 years old, consider replacing it with a newer, more efficient model. The best indicator of a water heater's efficiency is the Energy Factor (EF). The higher the EF, the more efficient the water heater. The minimum EF required for gas utility rebates in California is 0.62. If your furnace is over 15 years old, consider replacing it with an newer ENERGY STAR rated model that is about 15 percent more efficient than standard models. Also, new Title 24 Energy Efficiency regulations about duct inspections during furnace replacement took effect October 1, 2005. See the Energy Commission's Web page on furnace change-outs.


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FurnaceThe installation of the GAS SAVER INSERT in a furnace application offers the greatest potential
savings. The furnace during the cold winter months uses the greatest amount of Natural Gas. The savings can be as great as 15%
 
The GAS SAVER INSERT controls the flow of gas to the burner, so that it becomes more efficient. an 80% furnace can allow as much as 20% waste that goes out the vent. Our insert eliminates most of this waste.

WaterheaterGAS WATER HEATER / DRYER /COOK TOP / OVEN
 
The installation of a GAS SAVER INSERT in the Gas Dryer or Gas Water Heater effects their burners
in a similar way as in the Furnace application.
Due to the type of burners in these units the potential savings can be up to 5% for each.
 
This product is SAFETY APPROVED for installation in all residences in USA & CANADA
 
ALL INSTALLATIONS SHOULD BE PERFORMED BY A LICENSED CONTRACTOR.

DryerDRYER The installation of a GAS SAVER INSERT in the Gas Dryer effects their burners
in a similar way as in the Furnace application.
Due to the type of burners in these units the potential savings can be up to 5% for each. 
This product is SAFETY APPROVED for installation in all residences in USA & CANADA;
ALL INSTALLATIONS SHOULD BE PERFORMED BY A LICENSED CONTRACTOR.

PoolThe installation of a GAS SAVER INSERT in the Pool Heater effects their burners
in a similar way as in the Furnace application.
Due to the type of burners in these units the potential savings can be up to 5% for each.
 
This product is SAFETY APPROVED for installation in all residences in USA & CANADA
 
ALL INSTALLATIONS SHOULD BE PERFORMED BY A LICENSED CONTRACTOR.

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