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Eco-friendly home is one of the talks this 2018; our planet has been damaged enough by our non-eco-friendly actions, and we are running out of fossil fuels to keep us warm. Making an eco-friendly house not only shows your compassion for the environment but can also save you a good amount of money. There are many affordable ways in which you can make your home an eco-friendly paradise, see the areas you need to consider below.
Heating Your Home
It’s common to have heating in the winter months in order to feel comfortable; you probably have wall-mounted radiators, but these are not very efficient. Many houses today are now built with efficient under-floor heating systems. These may cost your a lot, but you will recover the money on saved energy costs. If that is out of your budget, then consider updating or upgrading your insulation in the loft space; most of the lost heat passes through poorly insulated places, so this is definitely a must to save money.
Why not check those smart thermostats online? You can control and adjust them through your smartphone, they also have automatic on/off features and even going as far as having GSP – to know if you’re coming home so it can switch on the heating! Devices like this are affordable and saves you a lot of cash in the long run. In addition, try looking for underfloor heating, they come in various forms, you can check some of them here.
Did you know that standard house paint is far from ecological? In fact, paint contains many solvents that damage the environment if not properly disposed. You should consider buying an eco-friendly paint instead, without solvents, there are many brands available now that offers such and are surprisingly effective.
You should definitely recycle as landfills are among the most damaging parts of the ecosystem. There are guidelines on recycling, and it is a routine you should really get into. In your house, start by separating plastic bottles and make sure it goes in the correct bin, and anything you take that cannot be recycled should go in the right bin skip, which should be marked clearly.
There are also other simple tips you can try, such as hanging thick curtains at doors and windows in the winter to prevent heat from escaping; buy a one-cup kettle as this standard product is one of the least used of all appliances, and lastly, always monitor your water usage. Helping the environment is not just good for the ecosystem, but for your pocket too, so be sure to follow the above guide and you will soon see savings that may surprise you.
Being energy efficient can not only make a big difference on your energy bills, but also reduce the demand of burning fossil fuels as oils, coal and natural gas. This means lower emissions of carbon dioxide, the primary contributor to air pollution. We listed below 10 ways on how you can save mother earth at home.
1. Unplug/switch off any appliances or devices you’re not using.
If you’re finished charging your cell phone, don’t forget to unplug it since the charger gets hot – which means it’s using energy and if it’s not hot, it’s probably not using very much energy.
2. Try using a pressure cooker when cooking.
Cooking a meal in the pressure cooker takes half the time it would need on the stove. By using a pressure cooker, you reduce greenhouse gas emissions from your gas stove or from power plants used to generate electricity on electric stoves.
3. Always check the energy label when buying appliances.
When you make sure that the appliances you buy are energy efficient, you can save a significant amount of money over the lifespan of the appliances. Buying an energy efficient refrigerator could make as much as £80 difference compared to the normal models.
4. Regularly empty your vacuum cleaner.
A full vacuum cleaner will use more energy than an empty one in doing the same job, as it will take longer to do the same amount of work and it will also most likely to break down easily.
5. Dry your laundry outside.
Drying your clothes outside rather than in your dryer is a great way to reduce energy use and cost. Line drying keeps your clothes in a better condition than drying them in a machine.
6. Make sure you’re using storage heaters efficiently.
Keep the input constant at the amount you need. The controls have an output setting that allows you to regulate heat. It means you don’t have to use all the store heat at once, but you can let it out from time to time, saving some for the evening.
7. Set your heater in advance.
Set your heating to come on 20-30 minutes before you use it, and turn it off 30 minutes before you sleep.
8. Don’t always turn your boiler down.
It is best to turn your boiler to its maximum setting if you have a room thermostat, and if you don’t, set your boiler as low as you’re comfortable.
9. Keep your curtains and blinds closed during cold weather or at night.
Keeping your curtains and blinds closed at night will keep the cold air out and closing them during cold weather will keep the heat in the rooms you’re using.
10. Do a home energy audit.
This will help you analyze your home’s insulation, structure, and appliances, as well as your lifestyle. When checking your home, be sure to keep a checklist of areas you have inspected and problems you have found. The checklist will help you prioritize for energy efficiency upgrades.