Whether you’re looking to cut down on bills or you’re concerned about the effect you’re having on the environment, keeping energy usage down is important. By running an energy efficient home you could make huge savings year on year and lower your carbon footprint. It’s a win, win situation. In this blog we’re going to look at 10 easy ways to save energy in your home.
Light bulbs – Energy efficient light bulbs can save you some good money in the long run. Nearly everywhere sells energy efficient bulbs nowadays so you shouldn’t have much trouble finding them.
Home automation – If you leave the heating on whilst you’re out so that you can come home to a warm house, you’re going to notice it on your bill. Why not install a home automation system so everything can automatically adjust as you choose and save you money.
Buy the logo – Most energy efficient products will have a logo on their packaging. If you’re out purchasing appliances then look out for the logo. Double glazing –
Double glazing can reduce heat loss by a massive 50%. There isn’t a better way to ensure that the heat is staying in and you’re staying warm.
Energy audit – Contact an expert and have them round to see how much energy you’re using, where you’re losing heat and how you can prevent it.
So there you have it. 5 easy ways that we can all put into practice to see our bills lowered and our energy usage reduced.