Keep Your Energy Bill Cool this Summer!

Keep your energy bill cool this summer 🙂

  • Close windows and curtains early in the day before the house heats up on summer days.
  • Once the temperature cools outside, open windows, curtains and blinds to let the cool air in.
  • Use fans where possible – they use much less energy than an air conditioner.
  • Drape a wet sheet over an open doorway or in front of a pedestal fan during hot days. It’s nature’s evaporative cooler!
  • Set the thermostat on your air conditioner to between 24–26°C. Every degree lower will add 5-10% to your cooling bill.
  •  Fridges
    • Ensure the fridge temperature is set to 4°C and freezers to -18°C.
    • Ensure there is space for air to move around the fridge and make sure the door seals are intact.
  • Washing and Drying
    • When using the washing machine ensure your water level is adjusted to the load that you are washing.
    • When using the washing machine use cold water only where possible.
    • Limit using a dryer, dry clothes on the washing line or a clothes horse instead.

Did you know that many appliances continue to draw stand-by power when switched off, which can contribute up to 10% of household electricity use.

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