Saving Money On Power Bills
Post on June 16th, 2015
Residential and business customers interested in saving money on power bills have come to the right place. You can take advantage of a free, easy electricity comparison available at no obligation to you to potentially save hundreds of dollars in minutes!
Call us at 1300 359 779 or fill out the form below for more information. One of our skilled customer service representatives will provide you with easy guidance on any better energy prices available from our vast network of preferred energy partners operating in your area to reduce costly quarterly electricity bills substantially.
ElectricityWizard will compare apples to apples to help you take advantage of some possibly remarkable savings to make annual utilities more affordable.
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Saving Money on Power Bills Starts with an Energy Comparison
After using an energy comparison to find, and then lock in any available cheaper electricity rates, you can reduce power bills even further by making simple changes around the house. Not only will energy conservation help you with saving money on power bills, but it will benefit the environment at the same time! Put these energy saving tips from the New South Wales Government into practice today to make power bills as affordable as possible:
• Take shorter showers. Electricity is required to heat hot water and can quickly become expensive once your quarterly electricity bill rolls in. By taking just a three-minute shower per person in a three-person household, it can yield a total savings of $135 per year, reducing total carbon pollution by 1500 kg. It’s also recommended to install a water-efficient showerhead to reduce water consumption to as little as 7 L per minute; a standard showerhead uses up to 25 L of water per minute!
• Use the cold wash cycle. By turning a washer to the cold wash cycle or connecting a washing machine to a cold water tap directly, it can reduce power bills by $35 per year. Additionally, a household can minimize carbon pollution by 400 kg.
• Use an energy-efficient heating unit. Heating a home in the wintertime is a major contributor to carbon pollution and will also make up to 40% of annual power bills. Households can conserve power during the winter by wearing warmer clothing and ensuring that all windows and doors are shut when a heating unit is on. It’s also recommended to keep curtains closed in the winter, especially at night since a window can lose 10 times as much heat as an insulated wall.
To start out on the right foot, compare electricity retailers in your area and you could easily take advantage of more affordable rates near you. Call us to make the switch today!