UK Home Save LTD || Energy Saving Tips For House Holds

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UK Home Save LTD shares best tips for house holds to save energy. UK Home Save also provide energy saving products and full house energy audit. For more information or services visit www.ukhomesave.com .

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UK Home Save LTD || Energy Saving Tips for House Holds:

UK Home Save LTD || Energy Saving Tips for House Holds

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Saving electricity is one of the most important activities for households to not only save the environment, but also save on their electricity bills. Although many people are already familiar with the ways one can save on energy consumption, often they are still hit with a bill shock when winter comes. This blog introduces some simple electricity saving methods that do not require extensive effort, but still contribute to savings in electricity bills.

Change light bulbs to more electricity efficient bulbs :

Although fluorescent lighting is cheaper to buy, they will be more expensive in the long run, as they consume more energy. It is required to change to LED lighting, which is the most energy-efficient lighting. LED lights are more expensive to buy, but will save more energy, thus reducing a household’s energy bill. Change light bulbs to more electricity efficient bulbs

Change to more energy efficient appliances when you are changing your old appliances :

Old household appliances have a tendency to use more electricity and, therefore, to increase the energy bill. When an appliance’s life cycle has reached its end, the best option would be to change to a modern, energy-saving appliance. Again, energy-saving appliances may be priced higher than appliances that save less energy, but the savings in energy consumption will make up for the higher price. Change to more energy efficient appliances when you are changing your old appliances

Use timers:

Timers are a great help when trying to save electricity; they make saving much easier for households, thanks to their ease of use. Use timers

Wash your clothes in lower temperatures :

Washing clothes in lower temperatures is as friendly for the environment, as it is for the electricity bill. When washing clothes in cold temperatures, there will be less energy consumed when heating the water, which subsequently results in lower energy bills. Wash your clothes in lower temperatures

Have shorter showers :

Unless a person particularly enjoys cold showers, usually taking a shower consumes energy when the water is heated to a pleasant temperature. As many do not enjoy in ice cold showers, it is beneficial to keep showers as short as possible to save on energy. Have shorter showers

Double-glaze your windows :

Many households lose a lot of heat through their windows, which means that these households need to keep their heaters running for longer and at higher temperatures than households with better insulation. Although getting your windows double-glazed may feel like a large investment, it is a one-time expense and will save a lot of money on electricity bills in the long run. Double-glaze your windows

When washing dishes or clothes, wash a full load :

People often wash half loads in their washing machine, which is not recommended when wanting to save electricity. If at all possible, it is recommended to wait until you have enough clothes or dishes to fill up the whole machine. This way there is less water and electricity usage. When washing dishes or clothes, wash a full load

Do not leave your computer or TV or electronic devices in standby mode :

Computers , stereos and TVs use up electricity even though they have been turned off. Often appliances like the ones above default to standby modes when turned off, which means they are still using up electricity. The best way to get around this is to turn off the power in the power board, so the electricity will be cut off completely when the appliance is not in use. Do not leave your computer or TV or electronic devices in standby mode

For more energy saving tips, products and full house energy audit visit www.ukhomesave.com:

For more  energy saving tips ,  products  and full house energy audit visit  www.ukhomesave.com

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