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Some homeowners will be dreading the forthcoming winter because of the increasing cost of household energy.
The average annual dual-fuel bill currently stands at a financially draining 1,264 pounds and that figure is only set to rise over the coming years.
No-one should be forced to turn off their heating when they need it most for fear of it costing them a fortune.
So that situation never arises, follow these handy energy-saving tips:
1. Hang your washing outside
Temperatures are still good at the moment so make sure that you dry your washing outside rather than use the tumble dryer.
2. Use the timer on your heating system
There’s very little point in having the heating on in your home when there’s no one in or whilst everyone is asleep. Use the timer so that the heating comes on at the exact time you need it.
3. Dress appropriately
If you have a tendency for wearing shorts and a t-shirt indoors during the winter then you can hardly complain about feeling cold. Put on a jumper, or even two, to keep yourself well insulated.
4. Switch energy supplier
You may not be on the best available tariff and switching supplier could save you several hundreds of pounds annually. Get on a comparison site to find the best deal.
5. Get energy efficient windows fitted
The very latest energy efficient windows will utilise the heat generated by your boiler more effectively and eliminate heat loss. Your home will never have felt so warm and comfortable.
6. Have your boiler serviced
Getting your boiler serviced will ensure that it is performing as it should and distributing heat evenly throughout the house.
You can get more useful energy-saving tips for the home when you call into one of our showrooms and speak to a consultant.
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