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$5 BG&E Energy Efficiency Kit

Posted By Jim On 03/20/2006 @ 8:06 pm In Frugal Living,The Home | 3 Comments

Perhaps all electric companies do this at the same time because no sooner than I saw energy efficiency kits blogged at Sound Money Tips [3] did I receive an offer in the mail from Baltimore Gas & Electric (BG&E), my energy provider. It’s was a little brochure included in my bill this past month and offered an energy efficiency kit for a mere $5, exactly the same sort of deal mentioned at SMT.

The kit includes:

  • Weatherstripping
  • Comfortable, water-saving showerhead
  • Water-saving kitchen faucet swivel aerator
  • Water-saving bathroom swivel aerator
  • Clear tape for sealing cracks and holes around windows
  • Electric outlet gaskets (pack of 12)
  • Informative energy conservation tips
  • Furnace filter whistle
  • 75-watt equivalent compact flourescent bulb
  • It sounds like a good deal to me because it’s been estimated that the package is worth about $50 [4] if you try to buy the pieces from the supplier (Niagara Conservation Corp.) directly. We’ll see in four to six weeks!

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[3] kits blogged at Sound Money Tips: http://soundmoneytips.com/article/7672

[4] the package is worth about $50: http://www.niagaraconservation.com/ConservationKits.htm

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