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Caulking and weather stripping
are worth the effort

Air leaks in a home can cost homeowners hundreds of dollars per year in energy bills. If you live in an older house that has not been weatherized, between 20% and 50% of your heating bills can be attributed to air leakage alone. Caulking and weather stripping are two easy ways to reduce air leakage in your home. Read More

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QUESTION: Does Vectren offer a rebate toward the purchase of a new programmable thermostat?

Our answer: Yes. We provide a $20 rebate toward the purchase of new qualifying programmable thermostat to eligible customers in Indiana and Ohio. Learn more about our rebate programs.

QUESTION: In which direction should my ceiling fan be turning in the winter to circulate warm air?

Our answer: During the winter, the blades should be circulating in the clockwise direction. Remember – ceiling fans cool people, not rooms. If no one is in the room, you should turn it off to save energy. Find more energy tips for the winter.


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