Here are all thirteen questions and the right answers:
Yesterday’s question was about turning the thermostat down, how much can you save?
If you turn your thermostat down for about 8 hours each day while you are away you will typically see a TEN-PERCENT 10% reduction in your heating and cooling costs. Remember the typical annual heating/air-conditioning bill is $2,200 or by turning down your thermostat you can see a savings of about $220. That’s a good idea!
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This week we have a brand new Large Two-Story Colonial home being delivered, the set for this home will be next week. Are you interested in seeing more pictures?
I have heard people argue about this one – “Should I turn the temperature down when we aren’t home?” I’ve heard, and so have you, people passionately argue this one for years.
But first, the earlier question about saving money by switching to Energy Star appliances; how much can you save?????
Today let’s take a look at The Energy Star rating or certification; does it really mean much to you?
But first……….., yesterday we looked at Phantom Loads and what they are. The correct answer was:
The last question in our energy quiz –
Of all fifty states, which ONE STATE consumers THE MOST amount of electricity per household each year?
Correct answer: Louisiana with roughly 15,270 kilowatt hours per household and Hawaii had the lowest with an average of 6,176. These figures are for an entire year.
Ok, so the title for today’s blog is a little corny but, today is the day for our fourth Energy Quiz question.
Yesterday we introduced our Energy Quiz from The Department of Energy in Washington.
The first question was?