9 Things To Buy at Costco To Lower Your Utility Bills

Refrigerator

Operating expenses for the LG 23.8 cu. ft. Top Mount Refrigerator with Internal Water Dispenser are a mere $50 annually.

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Dishwasher

The Whirlpool Top Control 55 dBA Fingerprint Resistant Quiet Dishwasher with Boost Cycle costs $599.99. It has received great ratings.

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Dryer

This GE 7.8 cu. ft. Smart ELECTRIC dryer or the Smart GAS dryer. Both are Energy Star Certified and have 12 dry cycles.

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Programmable Thermostat

You can't go wrong with the Google Nest Learning Thermostat, which retails for $249.99 and has over 3,000 four-star reviews.

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Heat Pump

DIY Fourth Generation Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pumps by MRCOOL E Star, $1,499.99 to $2,299.99.

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Space Heaters

Look for versions like the Lasko Ceramic Tower Heater with Remote Control, which costs $57.99, that have a thermostat and shut-off timer.

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Smart Power Strips

Occasionally, Costco offers smart power strips that may turn off the electricity to standby devices, saving you between five and ten percent on your household energy use.

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LED Lighting

Energy-efficient LED lights are frequently offered in bulk bundles by Costco. Feit bulbs cost between $36.99 and $42.99 and are available in groups of eight to eighteen.

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Cold Water Laundry Detergent

Using a detergent designed for cold water or for all temperatures and not boiling the water at all will help you save money.

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