The most common mistake of all people is in computer. You know that turn off the monitor of the computer when listening music or downloading file will save more power. Your computer does not need to work too hard. Make sure you have turn it off when not in use.
Don’t slam on the gas or brakes at any time. By hitting the gas softly and accelerating at a slower rate, you will waste less gas than slamming on the gas pedal. Try to keep your RPMs lower than 2000 on regular roads and you will maximize your gas conservation. If you are coming up on a stop sign or stop light, don’t accelerate into it. Coast so you barely have to brake when you are near the stop sign. Speeding up beforehand will only waste gas. Anticipate the light to turn red and start slowing down a little bit by letting off the gas before each stop light.
Last year, the electrical wires in the house blew out. I don’t think I was responsible for that but the electrician told me that the circuit breaker was overloaded because I used a room air conditioner in addition to the central unit. He had to rewire something, but that couldn’t have been my fault because no one told me that when one thing was being used, I shouldn’t use the other thing at the same time.
Pest inspection-especially in most Southern states because, in humid climates, there are many crawly things that eat and destroy homes (termites, powder post beetles, flying ants, etc.).
Change The air Filter – Again, if your air filter is clogged, it will cause a drag on your engine making it work harder. Replace the paper air filter with a cotton gauze based performance filter to maximize fuel economy. You’ll pay a little more up front, but it’ll be the last air filter your car will ever need.
So, first off, living green is also known as living depending on what you need, and not too much on what you want. No, you don’t need to restrict yourself of fun, but there is such a thing as too much for a home. Living green also means not buying everything you want to buy, but buying only what needs to be bought and buying what you want in moderation.
You may think about getting a dog. Dogs, not only make great family pets, they are also the perfect guardian. Dogs are fiercely loyal and will defend their territory. They make noise and they attack. It doesn’t have to be a German Shepherd or Rottweiler either. Even a small dog can drive away an intruder simply by barking up a storm. Dogs really are a great weapon in your home security arsenal.
All children should play on age-appropriate equipment. Children ages 2-5 (preschoolers) and children ages 5-12 are developmentally different and need separate areas and different equipment to keep the playground safe.