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Julie Moore
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I am a busy stay at home mum running an online business www.saveenergysavemoney.com.au
I am a busy stay at home mum running an online business www.saveenergysavemoney.com.au

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Sign up for our news letter 'Watts News' for all your energy saving news, at the bottom of our home page. http://ow.ly/zG9B30hzI8i
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Feeling the heat? Get your free solar quotes today http://ow.ly/koXz30hzIbC
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Save energy turn off ceiling fans when you leave the room. Remember that fans cool people, not rooms, by creating a wind chill effect. http://ow.ly/hrTy30hzM2F
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Set your thermostat as high as comfortably possible in the summer. The smaller the difference between the indoor and outdoor temperatures, the lower your overall cooling bill will be.
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When it cools down at night turn off your cooling system and open your windows while sleeping. When you wake in the morning, shut the windows and blinds to capture the cool air.
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Check the insulation in ceilings and walls. The better the insulation, the more likely cool air will stay where it's needed
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Ensure air conditioners are in good shape by regularly cleaning or replacing the filter, keeping outdoor equipment for the system free of dirt, leaves and other debris, and covering the external part of the system when not in use during cooler months
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Sign up for our news letter 'Watts News' for all your energy saving news, at the bottom of our home page. http://ow.ly/zG9B30hzI8i
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Feeling the heat? Get your free solar quotes today http://ow.ly/koXz30hzIbC
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When buying a new air conditioner, consider the size of the room. A unit too small for the space will need to run constantly but one too big will run in short cycles, causing extra wear and tear http://ow.ly/hG1830hzKfO
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