From simple DIYs to factors outside of your control, here’s what you need to know about fighting your rising electricity bills.
If you think your electricity bills keep getting more expensive, you’re not going crazy.
That’s a jump from last year’s nationwide average price of 12.68 cents per kWh.
It also means the average American faces an electricity bill of at least $118 every month, and over $1,400 every year.
While it’s hard enough dealing with an expensive bill, it’s even more difficult to prepare for these unpredictable spikes in your budget.
Unlike your mortgage or insurance payment, your electricity bills can be higher or lower from one month to the next.
So how can you finally lower your home’s electricity bills for good?
You have to learn what’s to blame for your high energy bills in the first place.
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