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5 Tips To Save Energy And Money

With the beginning of a new year, why don't you make saving energy and money one of your resolutions? It is precisely that time of the year when you think about making changes and improvements.The more energy-saving tips you practice, the higher are your chances of saving energy at home and saving more on your monthly energy bill. 

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1. Save Energy Doing Laundry

Wash only full loads of clothes. Only a handful of things in the washing machine could cost you heavy. A smaller load only uses less water, but not the small amount of energy. Washing machines use the same amount of energy with all sizes of the load. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com

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Prefer low-flow showerheads

Install low-flow showerheads. The main benefit of a low-flow showerhead is the less use of water and save money on your water bills. Additionally, you will also save money on your energy bills, as less hot water means less heating process. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com

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Star-qualified CFL and LED bulbs

Why not start your energy saving effort by exchanging your regular incandescent light bulbs with Star-qualified CFL and LED bulbs? The benefit of CFL and LED light bulbs is that they require significantly less energy to operate, saves you money and contributes to saving the planet. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com

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4. Turning Off Incandescent lights

Incandescent lights are considered to be the least efficient type of lighting. Turn off the Incandescent lights whenever they are not needed. 90% of the energy they use is given off as heat, and only 10% is retained as light. Another benefit of turning lights off is also letting your room to stay cool, especially in summers. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com

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Install a Programmable Thermostat

Don't let your home contribute to energy wastefulness and negative environmental impacts. Install a programmable thermostat to utilise the resources more effectively and bring less wear and tear to electrical appliances and systems. A programmable thermostat can help you maintain the perfect, consistent temperature throughout your home. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com


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5 Tips To Save Energy And Money

With the beginning of a new year, why don't you make saving energy and money one of your resolutions? It is precisely that time of the year when you think about making changes and improvements.The more energy-saving tips you practice, the higher are your chances of saving energy at home and saving more on your monthly energy bill. 

Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com



 

Pin it {{item.title}}
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1. Save Energy Doing Laundry

Wash only full loads of clothes. Only a handful of things in the washing machine could cost you heavy. A smaller load only uses less water, but not the small amount of energy. Washing machines use the same amount of energy with all sizes of the load. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Prefer low-flow showerheads

Install low-flow showerheads. The main benefit of a low-flow showerhead is the less use of water and save money on your water bills. Additionally, you will also save money on your energy bills, as less hot water means less heating process. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Star-qualified CFL and LED bulbs

Why not start your energy saving effort by exchanging your regular incandescent light bulbs with Star-qualified CFL and LED bulbs? The benefit of CFL and LED light bulbs is that they require significantly less energy to operate, saves you money and contributes to saving the planet. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com

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4. Turning Off Incandescent lights

Incandescent lights are considered to be the least efficient type of lighting. Turn off the Incandescent lights whenever they are not needed. 90% of the energy they use is given off as heat, and only 10% is retained as light. Another benefit of turning lights off is also letting your room to stay cool, especially in summers. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Install a Programmable Thermostat

Don't let your home contribute to energy wastefulness and negative environmental impacts. Install a programmable thermostat to utilise the resources more effectively and bring less wear and tear to electrical appliances and systems. A programmable thermostat can help you maintain the perfect, consistent temperature throughout your home. Image Source - cdn3.vectorstock.com


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