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Start washing your clothes at 30 degrees
If you wash your clothes at 30 degrees, it can save money on energy bills
Dry clothes on a clothes horse or washing line
Consider drying your clothes on a clothes horse or washing line when the weather is favorable, and you have space.
Boil the amount of water you require
You can be saving up to 6 dollars a year by boiling the water you need when using the kettle.
Turn down the thermostat a notch
Turning down your thermostat by just one degree can end up saving you up to 80 dollars every year.
Turn your appliances on standby or off
By turning off your appliances, you can be saving a chunk of money each year.
Turn off the lights
When leaving a room, turn off the lights, and you can end up shaving money off your yearly energy bill.
Take a shower for less than a minute
Cutting your shower time by just one minute can save up to 7 dollars every year on energy bills.
Wash up in a bowl
Avoid keeping the tap running. Use a bowl to do your washing and save annually.
When doing a wash, fill up the washing machine
If you can help it, wait till you have enough dirty clothes before doing a wash. You can save annually on energy bills.
Switch your bath time schedule
Finally, you’ll be saving 10 dollars on energy bills for 2 people that opt to get a 5 minute shower rather than a bath.