Summer energy bills can get expensive, but there are several ways for you to stay cool and save. In fact, did you know that you can save 1-3% on your energy bill for every degree the thermostat is set above 72 degrees Fahrenheit?Woman adjusting Nest thermostat - FirstService Residential
There are other ways to earn savings, too. From implementing an energy management program to conducting an energy audit, your community can reduce spending all summer long. Read our article to learn more about how you and your community can conserve energy and kick-start cost savings.

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