Green Ideas

DIY Energy-Saving Ideas for the Cabin

With these tips, you can be green while saving green
By Kurt Anderson
Published: January 2, 2014
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So you’ve added insulation to get your attic up to R-38, purchased Energy Star appliances, and even installed a low-flow showerhead that spits out water at an efficient 120 degrees Fahrenheit. But the energy costs on your cabin can likely be squeezed just a bit more, saving both money and the environment. Here are a few often-overlooked tips:
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