Helpful Home Tips to Save Money

How to Save on Water Bills:

Everyone knows that conserving water is good for the environment, but it is also good for saving money. Water conservation is simpler than you think. Here are a few quick and easy ways to save on your next water bill:

1.Repair a dripping faucet as soon as possible. A gradual leak can result in a daily loss of up to 20 gallons.

2.While brushing your teeth or shaving, avoid running the water.

3.Do not run a half-full dishwasher or washing machine. Wait till your load is completely full.

4.If you have a garden, water only when necessary. The best time is in the early morning or late afternoon. Never do it in the middle of the day.

5.When purchasing new appliances, seek for the Energy Star® label to save money and water.

Water is a valuable resource that many of us take for granted. Being conscious of how we utilize it today will result in more resources available tomorrow.

How to Save on Electricity Bills:

Electricity is a necessary aspect of modern living and is critical to the US economy. People utilize electricity for lighting, heating, cooling, and refrigeration, as well as to power appliances, computers, electronics, etc. Read below to find out how to save more on your next utility bill.

1. Switch off the lights.
Leaving lights on while they’re not in use wastes electricity—and your money. 0.04 kWh of energy is consumed for every hour of operation of a 40-watt light bulb.

2.Replace your light bulbs.
This may appear to be a simple operation, but replacing out your light bulbs can result in significant savings. While these bulbs are more expensive up front, you may save a lot of money (over time) simply by replacing the light bulbs in your home. Talk about easy money savings!

3.Run your appliances only when completely filled.
We’re talking about appliances like your dishwasher, washer, and dryer. If your child brings home extremely dirty, stinky, and stained pants (you know the ones), you may be tempted to wash them (in your hazmat suit) on their own. Running your washing machine for a few pieces of clothing, believe it or not, is one of the largest money wasters.

4.Make adjustments to your refrigerator. 
Examine the settings on your refrigerator. A decent rule of thumb is to keep your fridge between 35 and 38 degrees Fahrenheit.  Adjusting with this method will keep your food fresh while also ensuring that your unit isn’t wasting energy by working hard to keep everything too chilly.

5.Inquire about special offers and discounts.
We all enjoy a good deal, don’t we? So, check with your local electric company to see if any special savings are available to assist you save money on this home expense. You’ll never know if you don’t ask!

Using these suggestions will drastically change the amount of water and electricity you use. Start today and save money instantly!