Easy Energy Savings Tips for Apartments or Rental Homes

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Energy Saver Update


April 6, 2022

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The tips shared on Energy Saver are great resources for the homeowner. But, what if you don’t actually own your home?

If you’re a renter, then you’re probably looking at all of these tips and wondering what it all means for you. Renters usually can’t make drastic changes to the living space, and thus are limited in what can be done to make the home or apartment more energy efficient.

But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do to reduce your apartment’s energy costs.

Visit the Energy Saver Blog for steps that renters can take to reduce energy use:

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