We all know that cleaning your dryer’s lint trap is important to ensure home safety by preventing your dryer from overheating. But did you know that cleaning your lint trap also helps to improve the efficiency of your dryer? By removing debris, dust and lint, your dryer will operate more efficiently to help you save on energy all year round.
Go Further: If you live in a condo, you may have a second lint trap! This one is part of your dryer’s exhaust system and collects any lint that makes its way to this system. Make sure to clean both of your lint traps regularly.
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The right lighting choice can help you get the most out of your home by making it more comfortable and bright – and energy efficient. If you’re in the market for new lights, ENERGY STAR® certified LEDs use 70 to 90% less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs and can last up to 3.5 times longer.
Go Further: Smart light bulbs allow you to control your lighting remotely through a smartphone or tablet. You can also use the corresponding app to change the brightness and colour of your lights to stay on top of your energy usage even when you’re not at home.
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