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Author: Brad Goar

Save energy and dollars with a dual or variable pool pump

Did you know that a pool pump is the second largest user of energy in your home behind the air conditioner? Just like replacing older appliances with more energy efficient ones, the same applies to your pool pump. In fact, the State of Florida passed a law in 2011 that requires new residential pool pumps to be more energy efficient. The law changed the types of pool pumps and motors that can be installed on new residential pools.

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Start saving today with LEDs

LED bulbs can do everything old incandescent bulbs do, and more. While LED bulbs can cost a little more upfront, they create savings for you in the long run by using four times less energy and lasting up to 10 times longer. We know that everyone’s definition of “worth it” is going to vary, especially when you consider that lighting is about 10 percent of the average residential electric bill.

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