Tip 1: Boiler Older boilers are more prone to failures. An older boiler uses more energy. It’s time to fit a new boiler if you’re current one in excess of 15 years old.
Tip 2: Doors Keeping the doors closed will keep your house warm. Huge drafts can be caused by cracks and holes in doors, so it is important that they are sealed.
Tip 3: Energy Monitors Discover how much energy you’re using. You can also estimate the price of your bill by this method.
Tip 4: Food Help the environment by using local suppliers as often as you can. Lots of carbon has been created before the food arrives in your local shop.
Tip 5: Garden Compost can be created from leftover food such as potato peelings. Your garden can be helped to grow from this product; all you need is a composter.
Tip 6: Insulation Good insulation is key if you don’t want to be paying to heat your home frequently. This is obviously driving your heating bill up.
Tip 7: Jackets Your water tank should be protected by a jacket if you want to save money on your water bill. This can save you almost three quarters on your water bill.
Tip 8: Kettle Your energy will use more energy if it is full. Just think when you’re making a cup of tea; do you really need to fill the whole kettle?
Tip 9: Light bulbs Standard and energy efficient light bulbs work in the same way. However, the energy efficient ones will use less energy.
Tip 10: Oven Normal stove ovens use more energy than halogen ovens. These can cut cooking times in half.
Tip 11: Pipes Your water will stay warm if you secure your pipes. Your carbon footprint will also be reduced.
Tip 12: Quarterly Cleaning You should clean all your appliances once every three months. For appliances to work as normal they will need to use more energy when they are clogged up with dirt.
Tip 13: Renewable Energy Install some solar panels and get money from your energy provider. Your energy supplier will buy any unused energy from you.
Tip 14: Shower To save money on both your energy and water bill you should take a shower instead of a bath. Around 100 liters of water are used in the average bath, while 35 liters are used in the average shower
Tip 15: Heating Oils it doesn’t burn so quickly, new heating oil has been created. Therefore, you won’t need to use as much kerosene. This means that it will also produce less carbon.