OKLAHOMA-Winter is just around the corner and an Oklahoma energy company has some tips to save you on your bills this season.
OG&E reminds customers to make sure their homes are properly insulated and seal those air leaks--which are responsible for 25 to 40 percent of energy used in heating and cooling. They also suggest installing energy efficient windows, make sure the fireplace damper is closed tightly when not in use and install storm doors.
OG&E customers can also track down their energy usage and costs through their online tool myOGEpower.com.
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