I know we've done this before...but it's been awhile. What works and what doesn't?
I've hung most of my wash for the past two days--and I've got a LOT of laundry to catch up on. Besides saving electricity, this allows me to get a lot more done, since the dryer takes longer than the washer. Today has been VERY windy--good for line drying, and made me wish for a windmill!
We have been turning the water heater off when we are not at the cabin. We don't even turn it on unless we anticipate the need for more hot water than I can reasonably heat on the stove. Does anyone have their w/h on a timer, and how do you use it and like it?
We are going to be gone most of next week and intend to turn off the heat/ac and water heater while we are gone. I wish I remembered to do this every time.
Very disappointed with CFLs. They were supposed to last forever, but about half of them don't last much (if any) longer than incandescents.