Saving energy at home
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How can I save energy at home?
With energy prices rising and rising, ECO4 Gurus understand what home owners can do to save energy at home. You don’t have to spend thousands on insulation, new heating systems or renewable energy like heat pumps or solar panels. Eco4 Gurus have listed below some simple tips to save energy at home, that could save you hundreds of pounds.
How much could I save?
By switching off “standby” of your appliances, turning the switch off at the wall or unplugging them, you could save up to £60 a year.
By ensuring your whole house has adequate draught-proofing to all your windows and doors you could save a whopping £105 per year.
By turning down your central heating room thermostat by just 1 celsius you could save up about £100 per year.
Turning off your lights when they are not required could save you a further £25 per year.
You could save up to £30 per year by washing your laundry at 30 degrees and wash one less load per week.
If you avoid using your tumble dryer and dry your clothes naturally outside or on a clothes drier, you can save up to £60 per year.
Reduce your shower time to 4-minute per shower will save you about £75 per year.
If you could swap just one bath a week for a shower, £17 could be saved over the year.
If you don’t overfill the kettle and fit an aerator to your tap, then you could save £37 per year.
If you use your dishwasher only when it is completely full, then this could save you a further £15.
If you have a hot water cylinder, then insulating your hot water by adding a jacket could save you another £50 per year.
How much could I save in total?
By following ECO4 Gurus tips on saving energy at home, you could save up to £574 per year, and that is better in your back pocket than in somebody else’s.
What else could I do to save on my energy bills?
The best way overall to save on your energy bills is to ensure that your home is draft free, well insulated with an has an energy efficient heating system.
Did you know?
Did you know that if your house is draughty, cold, or very costly to heat because of an old inefficient heating system, the energy companies are Obliged to help people save money at home, use less energy and reduce the cost of heating your home.
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