Great Energy-efficient Appliances March 10, 2006 7:06 PM
March 10, 2006
Great Energy-efficient Appliances
by Greg Pahl
The more efficient the appliance, the less energy (and, in some cases, water) it will use. Plus, energy-efficient appliances can save you money on monthly utilities. Here's some guidelines to follow for choosing the best energy-efficient appliances for your home. Follow them and you'll not only save money, but you can rid yourself of that 1970s avocado-colored refrigerator for a truly green appliance.
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