By following certain guidelines when programming your thermostat, you should save at least $180 per year, according to Energy Star, an Environmental Protection Agency program that helps consumers attain maximum energy efficiency.
By following certain guidelines when programming your thermostat, you should save at least $180 per year, according to Energy Star, an Environmental Protection Agency program that helps consumers attain maximum energy efficiency.
By following certain guidelines when programming your thermostat, you should save at least $180 per year, according to Energy Star, an Environmental Protection Agency program that helps consumers attain maximum energy efficiency.

Save money by programming thermostat

February 12, 2016 02:05 AM

UPDATED February 15, 2016 08:46 AM

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