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Vermont Propane Prices

Propane Prices

Here are the current propane prices for Vermont for the week ending January 19, 2015 12/15/2014 2.922 12/22/2014 2.945 12/29/2014 2.893 1/5/2015 2.871 1/12/2015 2.853 1/19/2015 2.994 Heating fuel prices in Vermont are not regulated. However there are laws designed to help consumers from getting ripped off. The Vermont Energy Act of 2011  helped to […]

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Propane Prices Pa

Propane Prices

Here are the weekly residential propane prices for Pennsylvania for the week ending January 19, 2015 12/15/2014 2.872 12/22/2014 2.919 12/29/2014 2.808 1/5/2015 2.779 1/12/2015 2.765 1/19/2015 2.899 Propane Pa

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Maine Propane Prices

Propane Prices

Maine propane gas prices for the week ending January 19, 2015 12/15/2014 2.758 12/22/2014 2.715 12/29/2014 2.703 1/5/2015 2.688 1/12/2015 2.704 1/19/2015 2.69 Helpful links for Maine propane users: Efficiency Maine Website Shows how you can lower your energy costs and possibly qualify for loans to improve your energy efficiency http://www.efficiencymaine.com/pace   Governor’s office of […]

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Caulking Windows And Doors

Saving Energy At Home, Weatherstripping

This is another do it yourself project that you can do over the weekend. Every home usually needs to have the existing caulk replaced every 2 years or so. Each spring you should take a look around your home to inspect each window and door to see if you need to replace cracked or missing […]

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Buy A Programmable Thermostat

Saving Energy At Home

A great and easy way to save on heating and cooling costs is to buy a programmable thermostat. Studies have shown that the average household can save good money by buying one and maintaining the proper settings for maximum savings.   A programmable thermostat makes it easy for you to save money by using the […]

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Stop Those Air Leaks Around Your Pipes

Saving Energy At Home

This is one you never really think about, but would be surprised how much air leakage there is with this. Go check under your kitchen sink and your bathroom sinks. Since the cabinet doors usually cover these, you don’t notice them. But open those doors and feel around the pipes. Especially on those cold windy […]

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