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January 23, 2019

Energy Conservation Tips for Cooler Weather

Now that the air has turned frosty and the leaves are starting to fall, energy conservation wont be at the top of your mind and you’re probably wrapped up in a scarf and warm coat. Which is great for YOU, but what about the properties you manage? How are you helping THEM conserve energy? Below are a few tips on how to do just that.

Do Some Fine-Tuning

The furnaces and boilers on your properties will be working overtime in the next few months, if they’re not already. Cleaning them, as well as completing any overdue or necessary maintenance, will keep them at top efficiency throughout the season.

How Low Can You Go?

Do you really need all the heat and light that your properties are currently supplying in the winter? Keeping indoor spaces warm and well-lit can really take a bite out your association’s budget, not to mention its costly in terms of energy conservation Look for ways to reduce heat and light use in common areas. Examine occupancy patterns, and keep thermostats and bulbs turned down as needed.

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Audit Your Energy Conservation

It’s hard to cut down on your winter energy use if you don’t know where it’s going in the first place. If you’ve taken the obvious steps above (such as fine-tuning furnaces and boilers, and reducing energy needs in unused areas), an “energy audit” of your properties by your local utility company may find other ways you can cut back. You can even get tax rebates.

For more ways to conserve energy, including using a state-of-the-art irrigation system, contact Smart Rain today!

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