The Fourth of July is coming up and many people are planning to entertain. Though the Fourth is a the perfect holiday to spend outdoors, entertaining can still mean that many people are going in and out of the house. All those people and doors opening and closing can mean extra heat buildup—which means extra money spent keeping things cool. So tell us:
How will you save energy over the Fourth of July weekend?
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