Ways to Reduce Energy Bill 

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... that actually work

According to the head of Ofgem, the United Kingdom's energy regulator said that the annual bill for millions of households would likely rise to an eye-watering £2,800 ($3,494) later this year.

Whilst the cost of living is on a steep incline in the UK, our earnings don't seem to be keeping up the pace, which leaves many of us struggling more than ever before to make ends meet each month.

With all the advice on how to save on energy bills out there, which ones get you the most savings?

I will be sharing with you what we have tried and tested as a family over the years - The Top 10 effective ways to reduce electric and gas bills.

Underfloor Heating


If you are considering underfloor heating, take a look at systems that use your central heating hot water - like your radiators. These are generally powered by gas or oil which is cheaper to run than electric

Air Drying Laundry


Tumble dryers are one of the most expensive appliances to run in your household. Air drying your laundry can save you up to £30 per year in electricity bills and 90kg CO2 in emission. 

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Switch to Energy-Efficient Showerhead


An energy-efficient showerhead can use 20-30% water. 

Switching to LED Bulbs 


By switching the old school incandescent bulbs to LED bulbs, can save on energy bills significantly, by up to 85%.  So now a 15W LED bulb costs £5.75 per year if used for 6 hours a day, and £23 if on all day.

Unplug the Appliances 


This simple habit to unplug your applinances, at no cost to yell an approx. $50 saving.

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