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Tree Planting GUIDE

Tree Planting GUIDE THINK BEFORE PLANTING! Before you plant, take a look around to see how the trees will affect overhead utility lines 6 GENERATOR 10' 20' 30' 40' 50' 60' 70' STOP NO TREE ZONE No trees within 25' of power lines CAUTION SMALL TREE ZONE Plant trees less than 25' in height/spread at least 25' from power lines CAUTION MEDIUM TREE ZONE Plant trees 25'–40' in height/spread at least 40' from overhead power lines GO LARGE TREE ZONE Plant trees larger than 40' in height/spread at least 60' from overhead power lines

energy-saving 9TIPS Visit loup.com for more energy tips Although the official date for Earth Day is April 22, public power utilities celebrate Earth Day every day of the year. Nebraska is the only state in the nation where every electric utility is a public power partner. Therefore, you can be certain your local utility has your best interests in mind. People served by communities, cooperatives and power districts have more control over their local utility. That means all benefits produced by public power — including affordable, reliable and sustainable energy, better service and a focus on local goals — stay local. This commitment extends past the electric meter and into homes and businesses by providing assistance in making the most efficient use of the primary product public power provides — electricity! 1 INSTALL 2 INSULATE 3 SET 4 CHECK 5 SCHEDULE AND USE CEILING FANS. You should be able to adjust your thermostat up four degrees and experience the same comfort as you would have with only the air conditioner. EVERYWHERE HEAT IS LOST. This includes hot water pipes, air ducts, attic, basement, windows and doors. THE THERMOSTAT AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE TO WHERE YOU ARE STILL COMFORTABLE. By turning your thermostat back 10° to 15° for eight hours, you can save 5 to 15 percent a year on your heating bill. THE AIR CONDITIONER FILTER AND CHANGE IT IF NECESSARY. Filters should be changed every 30–90 days. We recommend using HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filters, setting calendar reminders and writing the date on the filter when you replace it. ANNUAL AIR CONDITIONING MAINTENANCE TUNE-UP to help reduce repairs and keep your system operating at peak efficiency. What you spend on the tune-up you’ll make back on your energy bill. If your unit is older than 15 years and often breaks down, consider replacement. 6 DO 7 KEEP 8 BLOCK 9 KEEP NOT RUN YOUR HEATING OR AIR CONDITIONING WHILE YOU ARE AWAY from home. Either schedule the times you are gone with a programmable thermostat or remember to turn it off before you leave the house. With a programmable thermostat, you can set the desired temperature 30 minutes before you arrive so the desired temperature is reached by the time you get back. THE THERMOSTAT AWAY FROM HEAT SOURCES including the sun, candles, lamps and appliances. Temperature misreading by the thermostat can cause your air conditioner to work longer than necessary. DRAFTS FROM DOORS AND WINDOWS by using caulk, door sweeps and thresholds. DRAPES AND BLINDS CLOSED DURING THE DAY in the summer to reduce the amount of solar heat gain. Consider installing solar screens, insulating drapes, and planting trees outside of sun-facing windows for more protection against the sun’s rays. Open drapes and blinds during sunny winter days to take advantage of solar heat gain. Once the sun no longer shines in, close drapes and blinds to help retain heat in your home. SPRING 2018 7

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