My electric bill was under $350 for the first time in over six months. Staying on top to the kids to keep things off or unplugged when not in use has been a help I think. But summer is coming quick and the A/C and swimming pool are almost a necessitiy. I'm investigating solar and wind devices to trim back a bit on some things. Does anyone here have any tips?
Oh yeah and buy a few hamsters and them wheel things they like so much. Put them furry suckers to work. Harness all that frenetic circular energy.
Hook 'em up to a generator.
CFL light bulbs! Compact florescent light bulbs made a huge difference for us, but most of our electric use is lighting. I don't see how the swimming pool would use much power? And you could go with a swamp cooler or fans instead of AC...
That and put the kids on tread mills when they want to watch TV.
Quite simple, really.
It involves a lot of invisibility paint and a long extension cord connected to my unknowing neighbor's house.
I use a voltage amp to make sure I don't blow a fuse, that uses biodiesel. Lil' bugger is loud, though. I just tell them its the water heater and that maintenance STILL hasn't fixed it!
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