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Turn your thermostat down. Reducing your room temperature by 1°C could cut your heating bills by up to 10 percent and typically saves around £60 per year. If you have a programmer, set your heating and hot water to come on only when required rather than all the time. Is your water too hot? Your cylinder thermostat should be set at 60°C/140°F. Close your curtains at dusk to stop heat escaping through the windows and check for draughts around windows and doors. Always turn off the lights when you leave a room. Don't leave appliances on standby and remember not to leave laptops and mobile phones on charge unnecessarily. If possible, fill up the washing machine, tumble dryer or dishwasher: one full load uses less energy than two half loads. Only boil as much water as you need (but remember to cover the elements if you're using an electric kettle). A dripping hot water tap wastes energy and in one week wastes enough hot water to fill half a bath, so fix leaking taps and make sure they're fully turned off! Use energy saving lightbulbs. They last up to 10 times longer than ordinary bulbs, and using one can save you around £55 over the lifetime of the bulb.This saving could be around £120 over its lifetime if you're replacing a high wattage incandescent bulb, or one used for more than a few hours a day. Do a home energy check. Just answer some simple questions about your home and we'll give you a free, impartial report telling you how you can save up to £280 a year on your household energy bills.
Save money on heating Some Statistics on how to save money on your heating bill Heating £1,044 Average annual gas and electricity bill for a family living in a three-bedroom house, according to Ofgem 51% Amount by which gas and electricity bills have risen over the past five years (Ofgem) 47% Proportion of households that have never switched their energy supplier (University of East Anglia) Simple saver Up to £250 Do a free home energy check at energysavingtrust.org.uk and you'll receive a report telling you how you can save up to £250 a year on your household energy bills. If you would rather have a paper copy to complete, call 0800 512 012 and speak to your local Energy Saving Trust advice centre. Advanced saving tips 1. Switch suppliers If you've never switched your gas or electricity supplier, you could save £100 a year on average, according to the fuel regulator Ofgem. The exact amount you'll save by switching depends on the suppliers you're with now, how much fuel you use and how you pay your bills. Energywatch, the independent watchdog for gas and electricity consumers, offers free information and advice on how to switch suppliers at energywatch.org.uk or on its helpline 08459 060708. Once you've got that advice, go to one of the comparison websites to work out which suppliers would be best for you and how cash much you'd save by switching. Websites that are worth checking out include:theenergyshop.com, uswitch.com, moneysupermarket.com andenergyhelpline.com 2. Upgrade your heating and hot water system A new, high-efficiency condensing boiler with heating controls could save you up to £200 a year. Compare the efficiency of different boilers at boilers.org.uk. Heating controls including a programmer and thermostatic radiator valves will keep your home at a comfortable temperature, making it warm [...]
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