Here are some helpful tips to reduce your utility bills!
1. Light Bulbs
Replace standard incandescent light bulbs with energy-saving CFLs, which provide high-quality light output, use 75% less energy, and last 6–10 times longer than standard incandescent light bulbs, saving money on energy bills and replacement costs, according to the US Department of Energy.
Get a programmable thermostat. Set the program around your schedule to save on your heating and cooling bills.
Try to avoid doing partial loads of laundry, this saves on both power and water costs. Wash your laundry in cold water whenever possible as well.
4. Blinds and Window Coverings
Hang blinds, shades ...
When it comes to pools, it’s all about safety first! Here are some common safety recommendations.
Never leave a child unattended in the pool or pool area.
Because flotation devices and swimming lessons are not substitutes for supervision, a child should always be watched when in or around the pool area.
CPR/CCR instructions and the 911 emergency number (or local emergency number) should be posted in the pool area.
A phone should be located in the pool area or easily accessible in case of an emergency.
All residential pool owners should attend water rescue and CPR/CCR classes. Lifesaving equipment should be easily accessible and stored n the pool area.
All gate locks and latches should be...
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APS (Arizona Public Service) - 602-371-7171 (services certain areas of Chandler, Gilbert, Phoenix, Scottsdale)
City of Mesa - 480-644-2221
Town of Gilbert - 480-503-6800
City of Chandler - 480-782-2280
City of Tempe - 480-350-8361
City of Phoenix - 602-262-6251
City of Phoenix - 480-312-5650
Town of Queen Creek - 480-358-3450
Johnson Utilities - 480-987-9870
Southwest Gas - 877-860-6020
City of Mesa – 480-644-2221
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