Eagle Watch Nature Trail has new boardwalk

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Visitors enjoy the new boardwalk during a recent Northwest Arkansas Audubon Society field trip to Eagle Watch Nature Trail. (Photo by Terry Stanfill)

The Eagle Watch Nature Trail at SWEPCO Lake in Northwest Arkansas has a new boardwalk to enhance visitors’ views of the lake and the area’s abundance of wildlife.

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Love Your HVAC System: Is It Time For A Tune-up?

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Annual maintenance extends the life of your system and helps you avoid costly breakdowns.

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SWEPCO meets with Texas customers at annual Home & Design Show

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Senior Customer Account Manager Carolyn Hampton visits with attendees at the East Texas Builders Association Home & Design Show.

Attendees asked questions, learned energy efficiency tips, and got some SWEPCO swag

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Shine the light on love: SWEPCO’s Zac & Lauren Pianalto

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Zac and Lauren Pianalto

The couple met on both of their first days of work at SWEPCO in February 2007. Continue reading “Shine the light on love: SWEPCO’s Zac & Lauren Pianalto”

Set Your Thermostat for Savings this Winter

 

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To save energy (and money) in the winter, the U.S. Department of Energy recommends setting your thermostat to 68°F while you’re awake and then setting it lower while you’re asleep or away from home.

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that a one-degree reduction in your normal thermostat setting maintained for eight hours can reduce a home’s energy bill by one percent.

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Leaky Homes = Less Savings

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Sealing air leaks is a cost-effective way to save on heating costs while maintaining the comfort of your home during cold winter months.

Air leakage is when the air in your home is able to escape through cracks and crevices. This also happens in reverse when outside air is able to get into your house through those same cracks and crevices. Continue reading “Leaky Homes = Less Savings”