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   Apr 02

Energy Saving Products that can Save Money

Saving energy isn’t just about helping the environment and cutting down on greenhouse emissions. While saving energy certainly has environmental benefits, it has a more direct benefit to householders: saving money. Energy costs seem to be spiralling out of control with electricity bills at an all time high, so anything you can do to save [...]

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   Sep 15

Boosting your Heating and Reducing your Bills

After such a dismal summer, winter is not going to be welcomed by many people. However, it will soon be on us, and if you are worried about your winter fuel bills, now is the time to take steps to reduce the cost of your heating. Being able to turn the heating down is of [...]

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   Jun 08

The Inexpensive Eco Products that make a Big Difference

Because money is tight and times are hard, many people sacrifice their desire to buy green products and shop more eco friendly, often arguing that he cost of eco friendly product and green alternatives is just too high. And while it certainly is true that buying organic does cost a bit more, while a new [...]

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   Mar 19

Some Handy Energy Saving Gadgets

No matter how much energy you save by having an efficient home, turning off the lights when not in use, and making sure you don’t waste energy needlessly, it is always possible to save that little bit more. Energy saving is not a finite undertaking, there are often little bits of energy wastage that accumulate [...]

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   Dec 12

An Eco Winter – Keeping Warm and Saving Energy

As the weather gets colder, inevitably we spend money in maintaining the temperature of our homes. Of course, this also means we are using more energy, but it is possible to keep warm while saving both energy and money by making small changes around the home. One of the biggest causes of poor energy efficiency [...]

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   Oct 26

Turning Down the Thermostat

Inflation is at a record high, and one of the reasons, according to analysts, is the record high fuel prices. Gas, electric and petrol are all at record levels, which is bad news for many of us with winter just around the corner. Winter is the most expensive time for energy consumption, which is not [...]

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   Sep 24

How to Make Your Kitchen Eco Friendly

Perhaps the busiest room in the house, the kitchen is also one of the most demanding for energy. Cooking, cleaning dishes, washing clothes and preparing food all requires energy. Then there is the waste. Food products and food waste make up a large proportion of our household waste, so the kitchen is an area where [...]

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   Sep 22

Why Monitor Energy at Home?

This may seem like a silly question as most people know the benefits of keeping an eye on the energy we use to save money. Energy monitors are great at helping us see how much energy we are using, and letting us calculate how big our bills will be; energy monitors help us avoid nasty [...]

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   Aug 31

A Rundown of Eco Ideas that Save Money

Saving energy and saving money go hand-in-hand. One of the hidden benefits of eco-friendly products is that they not only help reduce climate change lower carbon emissions but also they help lower our energy bills too. Some eco-friendly products can make a huge difference to our energy bills and even when you take into account [...]

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   Aug 25

Are Eco Products Worth the Investment?

Many eco-friendly products that replace traditional goods an appliances certainly have benefits to the environment, but is buying a new product worth the investment? Some eco-friendly products cost a little more than traditional items and many people are unsure if the added expensive is worth the investment. However, while many eco-friendly products do indeed benefit [...]

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