Looking for ways to save money. A good place to start is by replacing your old kitchen appliances.

Summer is finally hitting its stride in Texas, but that doesn’t mean your wallet has to suffer because of it. Instead of having to choose between staying cool or staying within budget, here are a few energy saving tips from www.texaselectricityproviders.com that will help make your energy bill a little bit lower during the dog days of summer.

Most homeowners are accustomed to using salt to clear ice from sidewalks and driveways in the winter. But over the past decade, the variety of ice melt products has greatly increased. What used to be a simple salt purchase has now become a confusing choice between salt, salt alternatives and salt blends.

The average household with an electric water heater spends about 25 percent of its home energy costs on heating water, according to the Department of Energy. Today, affordable, lightweight, all-polymer solar hot water systems can sit on your roof and provide for up to 50 percent of your home's hot water needs.

Millions of toner cartridges are thrown away every year in the United States. Fortunately, there’s a simple and cost-effective way to reduce this waste. By recycling and refilling used cartridges with new toner, you’re choosing an environmentally preferable option that will also save you money.

So you’ve made the environmentally conscious choice to be green this year . . . but how will this decision impact your entertaining?

Laundry can take its toll -- on your wallet and on the environment. In fact, the average American family does almost seven loads of laundry per week! All that water, detergent, and electricity or gas adds up to a lot of excess, but adding a few simple steps to your laundry routine can significantly reduce your environmental impact and save you money.

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