This video shows many ways you can save money and energy in your home without spending money on new equipment or appliances. For even more ideas check out our in-depth guide to saving energy in everyday life: http://bit.ly/bgenergytips
A few examples of saving energy at home include:
Switch off appliances, especially those that are on standby.
Don’t place clothes directly onto radiators; they’ll have to work extra hard and for a longer period of time to heat your home.
Empty your vacuum cleaner as one that is filled to the brim will use more power to do the same job as an empty one.
Set your fridge to 3-5 degrees and freezers work best at -18°. Make sure to use a feather duster to prevent dust gathering around the back as it will cost more to run.
Switch off your oven a few minutes before your timer goes off and let the built up heat finish the job and finally…
Use your curtains to keep heat in the home during Winter.