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Pro Tech Home Inspections: Tips for Home Energy Efficiency

Tips for Home Energy Efficiency

At Pro Tech, we want homeowners to be informed about the most effective ways to improve their home comfort levels while also reducing energy costs throughout the year. The sooner you get started, the sooner you’ll see the money-saving results!

Manage your home’s temperature effectively with a programmable thermostat. This efficient devices are the ideal way to manage your interior environment. For instance, they enable you to easily reduce your home temperature settings if you know that your home will be empty for long period of time.
They also mean you can program your heat or air conditioning to switch on while you’re on the way home so temperatures are comfortable upon arrival.

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