This is how you keep the amount somewhat low
We’ve all noticed it in recent months: energy and power prices have gone through the roof. Anyone who doesn’t want a sky-high utility bill would do well to save as much as possible. We will help you on your way by listing some handy saving tips for you.
8. Devices not on standby
Many electrical appliances automatically go into standby mode when you are not using them. That still consumes quite a bit of power and therefore money. By unplugging appliances you are not using, you can save quite a bit. Don’t feel like constantly going through all the appliances? Then buy a “smart plug” that allows you to turn off all appliances at once.
7. Ensure good insulation
If you don’t live in a brand-new house, chances are the insulation leaves something to be desired. By filling in gaps at doors, windows, the floor and the chimney, you ensure that a lot less air escapes. Heat from your stove will then hang around much better. If you don’t want to do it yourself, you can hire a professional to do it. This will save you a lot of energy and money in the long run!
Wondering what other ways can save you some money? Read on quickly on the next page!