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44 Energy Efficient Tips For Your Home

Energy Efficient Tips For Your Home

44 Energy Efficient Tips For Your Home

Currently, energy prices are on the rise which means that you need to find ways to cut costs and reduce energy consumption, if you want to save big on your next bill.

Don’t worry, you are not alone if you feel like you are spending way too much on energy. In fact, 93% of UK consumers agree that they need to cut their energy costs. Seeing as energy providers won’t be drastically lowering their prices anytime soon, it’s up to you to find cost-cutting solutions to your energy problem.

Luckily, there already exist many alternative products and simple lifestyle changes you can implement in order to become more energy efficient.

Most of these won’t involve breaking the bank, while others are completely cost-free. It all comes down to asking yourself what you really need and what you can afford to change in order to reduce energy costs. The main energy-consuming appliances are lighting, refrigeration, cooking, heating, as well as washing and drying.

The home water heater is an appliance that uses up a lot of energy every day. But there are ways to limit the use of energy consumption by insulating your water heater. You can benefit by using a water heater blanket on your water heater unit. This will ensure that it retains heat for longer periods of time. This simple to add blanket can help consume less energy.

In each of these categories, you can cut costs by simply changing your habits or switch to energy-saving products. For example, using natural light and LED light bulbs will cut down your lighting costs. During winter, you can also open curtains for natural heating and wear warmer clothes to save on heating.

While during summer, close your blinds to reduce excessive heating and consider using a fan instead of the AC. By simply remembering to only turn on appliances when you actually need to use them and turn them off when you don’t, you will also see significant savings in your energy bill.

Once you carry out these energy-efficient methods more often over time, they’ll become second nature and you’ll find yourself cutting your energy bill without even realizing.

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  1. These are excellent tips! So simple yet so profound. Thanks a lot for this. One more thing that could’ve made the list, in my opinion, is the installation of a home energy monitoring device. These devices fit in your home meter and without any further setup allow you to monitor the power consumption of your devices on your smartphone. And they work like a charm. We personally use a device called Ohm Assistant and we are very satisfied with its performance for the last 8 months.