Many people these days are trying to improve their properties energy efficiency, to limit minimize the amount they effect the environment and to save money on the monthly energy bill. There are many ways you can do this, making it important to consider what you can do in your home to save money and the environment.
Replace Light Bulbs
One of the easiest ways to improve your energy consumption is by simply changing your regular light bulbs to more energy efficient ones, like a LED light bulb. It’s a simple task to carry out at home to save money on the energy bill.
Another light bulb to consider switching to are compact fluorescent bulbs, they are ideal for general light purposes such as the living room or bed room, just ensure you consider your light bulb fittings and your needs when replacing your light bulbs.
Double Glazed Windows & Doors
Upgrading your windows and doors to double-glazing can easily reduce the 20% of heat that escapes from your home, meaning you won’t need to leave the heating on as long, saving you money on your energy bill.
The cost of double glazing may seem expensive at first, but look at double glazing as an investment as it saves you money in the long run.
Energy Efficient Appliances
Appliances can easily contribute to your high energy bill, from washing machines to fridge freezers we use them every day. So when you go out and replace your old household appliances make sure to go for the appliances with high rated energy efficiency. This is easier to now a days because ever since 2012 a A+ rating is now required on all fridge freezers, freezers and fridges.
Our Central Heating Calculations Service
We offer our customers a central heating calculations service, this where we help calculate how much you spend on your central heating. We can also suggest more ways to save money on your energy bill. Simply give us a call, or pop into our Kidderminster or Oreton branch and we’ll be happy to help you save money on your bill!
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