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Americans use roughly 6.6 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity to power holiday light displays every year. That statistic may leave you questioning how much it costs to light up your home for the holidays. Here's how to calculate how much energy your display is using.

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If you're ready for an upgrade, knowing how much a microwave costs can help you narrow your search. Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect in terms of pricing and features when you buy a new microwave.


If you’re not already doing so, preparing your gutters for winter should be at the top of your seasonal maintenance list. Read this guide to find out where to begin.

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