Energy-efficient electricals and top tips to help you reduce your household bills

Cosy home essentials

Add snuggly throws, thermal curtains, draught excluders and more for an extra layer of warmth

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    Limit the use of your tumble dryer by letting your clothes air dry outside to save on your electricity

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    Thermal curtains are a great energy saver all year round, keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer

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    Leaving your electrical’s on standby will add to your energy consumption so remember to power off completely after use

Smart lighting

Stay in control and save energy with the latest voice and app controlled lighting

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    Switching to smart lighting and LED bulbs is a great way to reduce your household energy consumption

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    According to the Energy Saving Trust, lighting makes up 15% of the average UK household electricity so switching off will save you money

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    Reducing the number of lights you have on at the same time and always switching off when you leave the room will save energy going to waste

Smart heating

An efficient heating system that you can control easily can help reduce your energy bills

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    Smart heating controls help you keep your home comfortably warm, without over-heating and wasting energy

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    Rooms that get too hot will waste energy and increase your bills so investing in a smart thermostat will help you stay more in control

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    Heating that you can control from your smartphone will allow you to switch it on and off from wherever you are

Look out for A-rated appliances

Time for an upgrade? Remember to check the energy efficiency as the higher the rating, the cheaper it will be to run

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    Load washing machines, dryers and dishwashers to capacity and wash at lower temperatures where possible

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    Washing machines with eco programmes are designed to be more economical on your electricity and use less water

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    Keep your fridge freezer running as efficiently as possible by not over-filling and letting food cool before it goes in

Save time in the kitchen

Speed up cooking times with the latest kitchen electricals

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    Batch cooking and freezing extra portions is a great way to keep food and energy costs down

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    Save on the energy your kettle uses by only boiling the amount of water you need. You’ll waste less water too!

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    Slow cookers are one of the most energy efficient ways to cook and your food will be warm for when you arrive home

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