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  According to Toronto Hydro, air conditioning can account for up to 50 percent of your summer electricity bill. While staying cool is a necessary expense for most homeowners, there are plenty of ways to increase savings during the hottest months of the year, whether you’re using a central air conditioning system or another type. […] Read More

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In 2007, the dates when we spring forward and fall backward (or lose an hour and then gain an hour) changed with the intention of reducing energy consumption. The general theory was that the change would make people turn their lights on later in the evening, effectively reducing energy consumption. The question is does it […] Read More