While you’re out at work earning money to keep your appliances ticking along, they could be eating up all the energy in your home! According to The Energy Saving Trust, an average household will spend £80 a year on powering appliances that are left on standby and not in use – scary stuff!
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We’re British. Tea for us is more than just a drink; it’s a defining aspect of character. You’re not truly friends with somebody until you know by heart whether they take milk and sugar. If they prefer coffee, forget it. The one thing every tea lover out there needs is an efficient kettle. That’s where we come in.
Energy prices are set to rise and now, more than ever, it’s important to do what you can to reduce your consumption. There is no reason not to adopt behaviours and practices that are more energy efficient and that will help to reduce your carbon footprint. And hey, if you don’t give a toss about the effect you’re having on the environment then at least do it to save the dosh.
Right folks, few more tips below to help get you well on your way to saving (energy & pounds). Simple, painless. Go!
- Keep fridges with rear external condensers at least 2 or 3 inches away from the wall. This helps the fridge work to cool its contents more efficiently.