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Do you have any incredible energy saving tips to help beat the summer heat? Could you use $10,000 in Lennox® heating and air conditioning equipment, a one year supply of ice cream, or tickets to your closest water park? If you answered yes to either of these questions, Lennox® is hosting the Lennox Energy Savings Superstar Contest. Heat indexes this summer have soared about 100F in some U.S. cities, and it has been tough to manage the heat. Lennox® wants to know about your energy savings ideas for a chance to win one of several incredible prizes.
Last summer when we finished building our house, we moved in almost two weeks before the air conditioning unit was installed; the August Kentucky heat was sweltering. The dates kept getting pushed back because the electricity was delayed being permanently installed. We tried every trick to cool our house and ourselves. Fortunately, we insulated the house well enough that our central air system has been very efficient since it was turned on. We still adjust the thermostat when we’re not home and do everything we can to keep our energy usage low.
Every year Lennox® hosts the Lennox Energy Savings Superstar Contest. Submission to the contest is very easy; you just need to submit your best summer energy savings tip and a photograph that best illustrates that tip.
The timeline for entry is roughly:
- July 1-August 31 Submission window
- September 1-13 Four finalists chosen
- September 14-20 Voting opens on Lennox.com
- On or before October 2 Winner is announced
Lennox Energy Savings Superstar Contest High Value Prizes:
- $10,000 in Lennox heating and air conditioning equipment
- One year’s supply of ice cream
- Tickets to your closest water park
Do you do things like:
- Keep the blinds closed or use insulating curtains?
- Program your thermostat?
- Use energy efficient light bulbs?
Lennox wants to hear all of your energy-saving ideas and how you implement them in your daily lives. What are you doing to cut your summer electricity bill?