How to Make Your Santa Monica Single Apartment Energy Efficient


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Making an apartment energy efficient may seem impossible since most apartments don’t allow their tenants to change much.
It’s possible to do a few things that can make a huge difference without changing anything that will go against your contract.



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    First, make sure your windows are keeping out drafts. During the winter, drafts let out heat and during the summer they let out the cool air from your air conditioner. Put a layer of newspaper in between the windowsill and the jam by opening the window, laying newspaper strips down, and shutting the window. The newspaper will block drafts.

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    You can also block draft by covering cracks in the window frame with clear packing tape.

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    Pull the refrigerator at least a few inches away from the wall. This keeps the parts from overheating. This makes the refrigerator’s job easier, which uses less electricity.

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    Replacing all of the 60 watt bulbs with 13 watt CFL (squiggly bulbs). These bulbs not only save energy, but can save you up to $35 or more. They use up to 75 percent less energy and last years longer than regular bulbs.

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    Set the thermostat to 60 degrees to save on heating and cooling.