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Month: May 2017

How We Help Senior Citizens and Disabled Adults Stock Up for Storm Season

Hurricane season is here. At FPL, we are ready to respond to hurricanes and severe weather, and we urge our customers to make a plan and prepare, too. We also recognize that this can be a difficult task for homebound senior citizens and disabled adults who often find themselves without adequate food supplies following a storm. That’s why we’ve partnered with organizations such as Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches, Inc. (MOWPB) and Whole Foods Market to help bring homebound senior citizens and disabled adults hurricane food kits containing nonperishable food supplies.

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Dive into savings – how to save on your pool costs

Hey Adam, did you know that your pool is your home’s second largest energy user? Yup, right behind your air conditioner. On average, the monthly cost of operating a pool can range from $15 to $57. However, your costs could up by more than $150 depending on whether you have a pool heater and/or extra pool lighting, and how frequently you use them. When determining the costs of maintaining a pool, there are a number of things to consider. For example: the size of your pool, what type of pool pump you have, how long you run your pump, if you use a heater, and if so, what type?

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