- August 5, 2017
- Posted by: Abigail Jibril
- Category: Blog, Hacks and Tips
WANT TO REDUCE YOUR ELECTRIC BILLS? DO THESE THINGS
Most times, we wonder why our electricity units get exhausted quickly for those using the prepaid meter system. And for those who don’t you might be wondering why your electricity bills are overwhelming every month? Below are more ways to conserve power usage and maximize cost in your homes, offices and so on.
Use Energy Star Models of Appliances
In recent times, most appliances have equivalent energy saver types. E.g.: air conditioners, refrigerators, bulbs amongst others. They use a lesser amount of energy than the usual ones.
If you cannot afford to change your fridge or freezer right now, you could stick to keeping it at least 2 inches away from the wall. Refrigerators and freezers tend to consume more energy when there’s an excess accumulation of ice. This is because the compressor’s efficiency is affected negatively.
Consciously make energy saving a habit
Educating and communicating the importance of energy efficiency to family members and co-workers respectively can help cut down on bills. For example, putting a “Turn off all appliances when leaving the office” sign can help remind staff. Attaching a penalty or fee to those who default the instructions can help inculcate the habit also.
Understand how your office or home uses energy
Taking note that high consuming appliances such as ovens, microwaves, washing machine, air conditioners, hair dryers, photocopiers, printing machines and others which use energy when not in use are also turned off regularly will be a plus.
This is in no way a complete list on how to cut down on your electricity bills. What are some energy-saving tips you know about?
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