5 Ways to Lower Your Energy Consumption

5 Ways to Lower Your Energy Consumption

Everybody would like to have extra money every month, or the ability to add a little more to their savings plan, but that money needs to come from somewhere.

One of the best ways to decrease your monthly spending is to lower your energy bill. If you make a series of small changes, they could help you achieve big savings in the long run.

Here are five excellent ways to reduce your monthly bill:

Turn Off the Lights

The easiest way to lower your energy costs is a tip you’ve probably been hearing from your parents since you were a child: turn off the lights when you leave a room.

While a few minutes running a bulb may not seem like a big deal, the number of bulbs left on at various times in a day can have a significant cumulative effect on your bottom line.

Change Your Bulbs

Once you’re in the habit of using your bulbs only when you need them, it’s time to make those bulbs use less energy while they’re running as well.

Modern energy-efficient bulbs can keep your rooms plenty bright while reducing the energy used when the lights are on.

This is one of the easiest ways to take a slice out of your energy spending.

Turn Off Standby Modes

Many modern electronic devices like televisions and computers utilize sleep modes in place of fully shutting off. While a sleep mode may seem like a convenient way to get your electronics booted back up quickly, it’s also a waste of energy. Although energy use while in sleep mode is minimal, it’s also constant, so it adds up.

In America alone, idle electronics consume 12 power plants worth of energy production annually. Modern computers are capable of more restarts than you will ever need without failing as a result, so sleep modes are no longer required.

Upgrade Your Appliances

One way to lower your energy consumption while also improving your life is to upgrade your old appliances.

Making the switch to modern energy-efficient appliances can help you save between 9-25% on your appliances’ energy consumption while also providing a more pleasant experience when using the new appliances.

Clean Your HVAC Unit

An easy to overlook source of energy inefficiency is your home’s heating and cooling system. As dust and debris builds up in your HVAC system’s vents and filters, it can reduce airflow in your home.

Not only does this make your unit less effective at heating and cooling, it causes it to work harder and consume more energy. It’s recommended you schedule yearly professional check-ups to maintain your unit and ensure that it is operating at its best to keep your home comfortable and your bills down.

Lowering your home energy consumption is a win-win situation. Not only do you get to lower your energy bills and keep more of your money in your own accounts, but you also lower your carbon footprint. With lower energy consumption you can keep your green by living green.

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  2. Mr.A says:

    Right, we should not leave bulb and fans turned On . if no one is using.

  3. M Smith says:

    I believe most of these are actually common sense. The only thing is that we need to be reminded every now and then. Thank you for this post.

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    Great Post!!

  7. Victoria says:

    Thanks for all of this. I think any little bit helps in this environmental crisis.

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