Michigan Summers Can Be Tough on Energy Bills

Managing your electric usage when the weather gets hot and humid is the key to controlling your monthly energy costs.
About half the cost of your energy bill is cooling and space heating, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
When the temperature rises, the increase in energy needed to cool your home can have a big impact on your bill.
School’s out and kids are home which means more lights and appliances are in use during the day.
Monthly billing cycles can range from 26 to 35 days. A longer cycle can raise your monthly bill.

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