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Saving on Refrigeration Costs

Surprisingly, it is quite easy to save money on your refrigeration costs,and most of them are simple to implement. Unfortunately, many people don't do or don't realize how much might be saved once you put these techniques into practice.

Always close the fridge doors in as possible. depending on the temperature you keep your fridgeit can take more than three minutes of energy to hold down your fridge for every one minutes door is open.

Always cool down your left overs before you into the fridge. Placing hot food into the refrigerator heats up the Interior, and refrigerator uses even more energy to get it back down to the desired temperature.

Check the seal gasket around the door. If it has cracked, or not sealing well, it can be leaking cold air and allowing warm air to enter, which means your energy bill for running the refrigerator is higher.

 



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