Are you afraid of the electricity bill?
You can save both your wallet and the environment by simply making a few changes at home – find several of them here.
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Let’s see several energy-saving tips, which luckily do not demand big sacrifices on your part.
Pull the plug!
You may have heard these words and advice many, many times before, but it completely deserve our attention. So, unplug all appliances when you’re not using them. Do not forget that any appliance in standby also costs money, and your computer, charger or TV doesn’t run out of power when you’re not using them. So, no reason to keep them plugged.
Change the light bulbs in your home!
You need to learn to turn off the light when you leave a room. After all everyone knows that bulbs consume electricity. But there is a significant difference in how much power they use. Therefore, it may be a good idea to replace your old light bulbs with energy-friendly ones.
Ultra Efficient LED bulbs are some of the most energy-saving bulbs to date. They use approximately 50 percent less energy than equivalent standard LED bulbs, not to mention they have a lifespan of fifty years.
Cook with energy saving in mind!
There are small, smart things you can think about when you cook. For example, you can use the microwave instead of the electrical oven when you need to heat up some food, and do not forget to put a lid on cooking pots, not to lose the heat.
Change the washing habits!
Wash at lower temperatures – most clothes get clean at 20-30 degrees, and by washing at 20 rather than 40 degrees you can, according to many researchers.
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