The cost of living is at its highest level in a decade, with household energy bills being the largest expense.
The energy price cap goes up again by 80% from the 1st of October for 24 million people in England, Scotland and Wales.
Here are our top tips to reduce your energy bill and save money
Before you start,you need to understand your energy bill. The information on a typical energy bill can be confusing, but understanding it can go a long way to helping you get to grips with your energy use at home.
1.Switch off standby
You can save around £55 (£45 in Northern Ireland) a year just by remembering to turn your appliances off standby mode. Almost all electrical appliances can be turned off at the plug without upsetting their programming.
2. Draught-proof windows and doors
Unless your home is new, you will lose some heat through draughts around doors and windows, gaps in the floorboards, or through the chimney. Insulate these areas in your home.
3. Turn off lights
Turn your lights off when you’re not using them or when you leave a room. This will save you around £20 a year on your annual energy bills.
4.Careful with your washing
Use your washing machine on a 30-degree cycle instead of higher temperatures. This could save you up to £60 a year
5.Spend less time in the shower
Keeping your shower time to just 4 minutes could save a typical household £70 a year
6. Swap your bath for a shower
Some of us might enjoy a long soak in the tub, but swapping just one bath a week with a 4-minute shower could save you £12
7. Top up the insulation
Insulating your water tank, pipes and radiators is a quick and easy way to save money on your bills.
Should you need assistance in insulating your home, checking your boiler or installing new energy efficient radiators, give Property Contractors 247 a call 20 7916 2087
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