Money Tip of the Day

Lately, money, saving money, being responsible with money, and in general doing what God wants us to with money have all been themes. Couple this with the fact that we've been experiencing a heat wave. One easy way to save money is to replace your manual thermostat with a programable one. Even if you don't own your home, you're still paying the energy bills, although you may want to try requesting this of your landlord rather than spending the money yourself. Yes, there is an initial cost of less than $100, but it can save you up to 33% on your energy bills during the summer and winter.

Here's a bonus tip with this one: When replacing this small electrical device, you are going to have to cut the power from the circuit breakers, lest you shock yourself. In doing this, things can go wrong. For me, one of the circuit breakers failed completely causing me to be without air conditioning for the weekend. So, my any electrical re-wiring during the week so that someone can be called immediately if something goes wrong!


Anonymous said…
it needs picturns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
it will not work too so it sucks

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