You can improve the way in which your home is heated, just by making some subtle adjustments…
5 Money Saving Tips Around The Home
1. Assess Your Heating
If your heating system, whether that be central heating and boiler systems, electric heaters or storage heaters are not working to their full capacity then you will soon start to waste money as the months go by. Especially during the winter months there will be a noticeable increase on your bills going towards wasted energy as the heaters use more power but only deliver the same or less amount of heat. The use of central heating grants is a great way to upgrade or install a new A-rated boiler in your home which could save you more than £300 a year in fuel bills.
2) Energy Saving Light Bulbs
Switching to energy saving light bulbs won’t give you the huge savings you might be looking for in the short term but a small change can go a long way in making your long term savings more substantial.
3) Grow Your Own Food
Growing your own food is a great way to reduce the spend on fresh perishables week to week and this tip here makes a noticeable difference in the short term. If you have the outside space why not take advantage of that and grow your own fresh veggies! You will be reducing your carbon footprint but not just growing your own food but saving energy going to the supermarkets.
4) Get Insulated
This might have been the first thing you thought of when thinking about making efficiencies to your home in order to save money. Insulating your home can be a quick and easy way to ensure you are not wasting precious heat during the winter months. Getting your cavity walls and roofs insulated is one of the best types of insulating procedures to reduce the amount of heat wasted.
5) Check Your Bills
Energy companies tend to overcharge their customers, no matter what their actual usage is. Keep an eye on your bills and ask about anything odd that might arise in the future.
Keep an eye on your energy bills month to month! In some cases energy companies tend to over charge their customers, no matter what their usage may be.
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