Van Nuys, CA (PressExposure) September 23, 2009 -- Don Frank, Sr., from L.H. Brubaker of Lancaster said, âappliances account for about 20 percent of a householdâs annual electricity use.â Since most of our nationâs electricity is generated from fossil fuels (such as coal and natural gas), which contribute to global warming and air and water pollution, replacing older appliances with more efficient models can amount to a huge home energy saving. However, these appliances are only as efficient as the person using them.
No matter what model of energy saving refrigerator you own, we have the following energy saving ideas to make sure it is using as little electricity as possible:
â¢ Keep your refrigerator away from heat sources (including dishwashers, ovens, heating vents, and direct sunlight), which cause it to work harder to keep its contents cold. â¢ Leave a few inches of space behind the refrigerator to ensure proper air circulation around the condenser coils, and vacuum the coils at least once a year. â¢ Open the door as little as possible to minimize the amount of cold air that escapes. â¢ Donât keep your refrigerator or freezer too cold, which can waste energy. Recommended temperatures are between 37 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit (ÂºF) for refrigerators and 5 ÂºF for freezers. â¢ Keep the refrigerator and freezer full to better retain the cold. If your refrigerator is fairly empty, store water-filled containers inside.
Your search for any energy saving product should include questions about electricity conservation and energy efficient appliances.
The Ultimate Appliance Store
There's simply no other appliance store like LHB Appliances & Water Systems in Lancaste. Nowhere else in the tri-state area will you find as extensive a selection of high-end, built-in and professional quality energy saving appliances. But you'll do more than just see them. You'll touch them. Feel them. And discover a selection you won't find anywhere else.
This article was prepared by LHB Appliances and PureH2O Water Systems serving the Tri-State area from Lancaster, PA, in the sales and service of appliances and water treatment. As a family owned and operated business, the family atmosphere and warmth often extends to our customers. Water treatment was introduced to the appliance business in 1983 and since, our business has grown into your one stop shopping experience. Appliance sales and water treatment go hand-in-hand - this addition made perfect sense as the business grew. Over the past 24 years, PureH2O has become your premier partner in solving all your water needs.
At LHB Appliances & Pure H20, we not only greet you with a friendly sales person, but we will also back up any purchase with our own trained technicians. We are authorized under contract to repair your appliance if you should ever need it. We are there for you with one call. Our Service Technicians are certified in all of these categories: small appliance repair, gas appliance repair, garbage disposal repair, electric dryer repair, washer and dryer repair.
Manager, Don Frank, Sr., would be pleased to take your call with any question you may have. Contact Don, Sr., at 717-299-2351. Or research L. H. Brubaker at their web: http://www.lhbrubakerappliances.com
This press release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group, LLC.