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75th Anniversary2014 | 12/11/14

THROWBACK THURSDAY – ELECTRIC APPLIANCES IN 1950

#TBT Electric appliances were all the rage in the 1950s. NES promoted the use of these appliances and repaired them for less than cost. #75Years

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NES Power News2014 | 12/9/14

NES Making Christmas Bright for Angels in Need

Gifts donated to The Salvation Army by NES

NES says a big “Merry Christmas” through donations to The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program. NES employees have adopted and donated gifts for 85 angels this year and hope to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need.

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NES Power News2014 | 12/8/14

Energy-Saving Tips to Lighten Your Holiday Load

Save money with these tips
  • Replace your old holiday lights with energy-efficient LED lights. Although they cost more initially, LED bulbs use up to 90 percent less energy and last 10 times longer than incandescent lights.
  • Set your indoor and outdoor holiday lights on a timer. Just 10 strands lit for 13 hours a day can add more than $50 to a monthly energy bill.
  • Limit your usage between two to five hours a day, and turn off lights before you leave the house or go to bed.
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NES Power News2014 | 12/5/14

The ‘12 Days of Christmas’ Holiday Safety Tips

1st. Check each set of holiday lights for damaged sockets, plugs and cords. Replace anything that looks defective.

2nd. If you plan to string lights outside, only use lights that are marked for outdoor use.

3rd. Do not plug in more than three sets of lights to one extension cord and never run cords under rugs or carpeting.

4th. If you need a ladder to decorate outside, be aware of nearby power lines and stay away from them.

5th. If you purchased a live tree, be sure to keep the stand filled with water. Heated rooms can dry out live trees very quickly and pose a fire hazard.

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