Energy Saving Hub
How to Save Water at Home
Making a few small changes to water consumption at home will help you to cut your wastage and ensure you're using household water in a more sustainable way. Our collection of water-saving tips are guaranteed to save you money by revealing how to be more economical in the bathroom and kitchen.
Our Advice: Just 10 minutes of rinsing dishes can waste enough water to fill a bath! For a more economical way to wash up, we recommend using a dishwasher to minimise water use.
How To Stop Dripping Taps
This is something you’ve been meaning to get sorted for months, right? A dripping tap is something many of us will just put up with but it can cost the average homeowner £300 extra a year on their water bill due to wastage.
Our Advice: Cleaning your tap regularly with a limescale cleaner can help reduce the chances of your tap dripping in the future.
Water-Saving Shower Heads
Water-saving shower heads reduce the amount of water you use in the shower by either regulating the flow or aerating the water. This guide explores how water-saving shower heads work and highlights a few of our bestselling products.
Our Advice: These shower heads can cut your water consumption by up to 50%, so are a worthwhile investment for a small price.
Our Best Water-Saving Taps
If you're purchasing a new bathroom or kitchen tap, look out for options that have aerators in the nozzle as this will help to cut water consumption. This handy article explores how tap aerators work along with more advice for what to look for when buying a new tap.
Our Advice: Tap aerators are cheap to buy and can reduce the flow of water coming out of your tap by 10 litres per minute, saving you money on your bills.
9 Ways to Save Energy at Home
Every little helps when it comes to saving household energy! Our experts are on hand to help you cut energy costs at home by making a few small changes. Choosing appliances with a high energy efficient rating, washing your clothes on cool settings and turning your thermostat down by just one degree can have a huge difference on your energy bills.
Our Advice: Slow cookers use just 9% of the total energy used by a large oven, so can be a great way to cut costs when making family dinners.
Energy Efficient Heating
Heating bills are on the rise, so it's never been more important to ensure you're heating your home in an efficient way. This blog outlines the most energy efficient heating systems and contains advice for how to ensure your radiators are performing as they should.
Our Advice: Dual fuel and electric radiators are the most energy-efficient types of heating and aluminium radiators have the quickest heat up times.
Small House Flaws That Can Cost You a Fortune
From broken gutters to dirty fridge coils, find out which issues could be costing you hundreds of pounds of damage and how to solve them. It's important to keep on top of house maintenance to ensure you're not out of pocket for repairs that can be prevented.
Our Advice: Leaking taps and toilets can cost you hundreds of pounds a year if left unfixed, so it's crucial to sort out these problems as soon as they arise.
10 Ways to Save Money on Food
Food prices are steadily increasing, so we're on hand to provide some tips and tricks to help you save money on your supermarket shops. From advice on how to make your food last longer, to the best apps to find leftover food from local eateries, there are a multitude of ways in which you can save money on food.
Our Advice: It's worth checking where your local food banks are to get your hands on discounted and free food leftover from supermarkets and local amenities.