How To Save Electricity At Home

 

The Electric Saver 1200™ is manufactured in Okeechobee, FL and was created to reduce your electric bill.  By recycling the energy in your home or business and making your home more energy efficient, you can save on electricity bills up to 25%.

By making the motors and appliances more energy efficient, they run cooler, extending their life.  The unit also doubles as a surge protector to protect your house, business or other commercial property from power surges & spikes. Residential & Commercial units all proudly Made in the U.S.A & are UL and CuL listed for your safety!

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HOW DOES IT WORK?

When motors in your home turn on, they demand from the power company’s transformer power.This demand of power from your motor goes through the wires on your property, to the electric panel…how does the electric saver really work? Save on your Electricity Bill in a matter of days! Enjoy that extra $20, 30, possibly even $50 EVERY month and spend it on something you love!By this time next year, imagine having enough energy savings to surprise your family to the vacation you’ve always wanted. Or having enough money saved up to splurge on that 1 Christmas present you’ve wanted but just can’t seem to get.  You CAN!  Join us and let us help you make your high power bills GO AWAY!!!  Click the Order Now button below!buy kvar electric saver


Learn How To Save Energy at Home the Easy Way! 

Saving Electricity at home doesn’t have to be difficult.  You don’t have to hound everyone in the house to turn off the lights anymore when they leave a room.  By installing the Electric Saver 1200 to your electric panel or large motor on your property, you can lower your kilowatt usage and prolong the life of your Central Air Conditioning System, Pool Pump/Jacuzzi Motors, Heavy Equipment Motors, and more!

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