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3 Tips to Make Your Home More Efficient
3 Tips to Make Your Home More Efficient

According to the US Geological Survey, we use between 80 and 100 gallons of water every day. Making a few changes to the appliances in our homes and the way we use water can save us a significant amount of water and money, and make our homes more efficient. If you are ...

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