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  • CENTURY 21 Sexton & Donohue
    Wednesday, August 06, 2014 3:53:00 PM
    If you live in a hot climate, you know that sometimes the only way to keep the house cool is to pump 
    it full of air conditioning. You also probably have seen a spike in your energy bill during the summer, 
    comparable to the one you see in the winter, when you have to heat your house. It doesnít have to be this 
    way! We have five ways to decrease your energy bill, while still staying cool and comfortable.

    1. Choose the "energy saverĒ setting on your AC. Most air conditioners have a setting that allows 
    the unit to turn itself off periodically. When the temperature in the room starts to rise again, the 
    unit automatically turns itself back on. Especially if you are not in the house at the time, it can 
    keep the temperature stable, without running up your bill.

    2. Switch on the fans. Especially in the morning and late at night, opt for fans instead of air 
    conditioning. Keeping the air moving can be enough to keep a room comfortable. You can even 
    run your AC to a lower setting and turn on all the fans in the house, to circulate the cool air.

    3. Turn off those lights. This is a great tip for any season! Unnecessary lights can put a serious dent 
    in your power bill, and during bright summer days, there is no reason to artificially light your 
    house. Because the sun stays up so late into the evening, eating dinner in natural light is easy, and 
    all you need to do is set up a few candles to extend the life of your party.

    4. Use dark, heavy drapes to keep the heat out. Western facing rooms can be uninhabitable in the 
    summer, without air conditioning, unless you invest in some drapes that can really block the light. 
    They will keep the cool air in the house and keep the sun from baking your house. Leave them
    open when you are home, to take advantage of natural light, but close them when you leave.

    5. Make sure you AC is in top shape. Systems that leak or have clogs will not run as efficiently as 
    well-maintained units. Make sure to clean or replace the filters and even employ an inspector to 
    monitor the entire system.

    For more ways to decrease your energy bill or other ways to improve your home, contact Century 21 

  • CENTURY 21 Sexton & Donohue
    Monday, July 14, 2014 1:45:00 PM

    School is out in most parts of the country and summer is finally here! That means days of playing in the yard, swimming in the pool, and fun in the sun. Spring is usually the season that we clear out the house and get rid of everything we no longer need and start preparing for the warmer seasons. Now that summer is upon us, we have a couple tips to make sure your house in 100% prepared for hot weather.


    1. Check your window screens. Screens can take a beating during the snows of winters and winds of the spring. Are yours still in good shape? Will they repel the mosquitos and other bugs that will try to infiltrate your house during the summer? If not, repair or replace them so that your home stays bug-free and clean.


    2. Until it is too hot, use your windows as air conditioning. While it may be tempting to switch on the AC as soon as the warm days hit, it will be more cost effective to hold off until it is really hot to start running it full blast. On cooler days, opening a couple windows and letting a breeze in will keep the house comfortable and properly ventilated.


    3. Before you really need it, check the air conditioning system. If you have window units, clean the filters and test each unit to make sure it is running properly. If you have an AC system, do a rest run, clean the filters, and get it checked out by a professional if you have concerns. In order to help circulate the cold air as the AC produces it, you might want to think about putting ceiling fans in each room.


    4. Get some yard work under your belt. Warmer weather means lawns and gardens will need more attention. Water in the early morning or after dark to help prevent your efforts from simply evaporating into the atmosphere and going to waste.


    5. Wash down your patio furniture. Over the fall, winter, and spring, patio furniture can collect dust and bird droppings. Set them out on the lawn or patio and give them a good spray down with the hose. If youíre no longer loving the color of the paint, you can spend an afternoon repainting them so they fit into this yearís summer colors.


    6. Turn it off! If you arenít using it, turn it off. Energy bills are characteristically more expensive in the summer, because we are always running our fans and AC. If itís cool enough to give them a break, or if you are leaving the house, donít be afraid to turn it off and save some cash!


    For more tips on getting your house ready for summer or anything else related to real estate give Century 21 Sexton & Donahue a call today!

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Melrose, MA $384,900   New Additional Photos
Awesome neighborhood - awesome opportunity!! Bring your creative imagination and envision this classic S.E. Colonial all done over. " Good bones", nice layout, fire placed living room, 1st floor den, side deck, great rear yard. Walk up attic and playroom in the lower level. Minutes to Rte 93, wal... More Detail

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