Sunday, 29 November 2009

Save Heating By Using Room Temperature Water

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Winter has arrived for most as we look forward to higher electric and gas bill as we use more and more energy to heart things up. What can you do to make the most of the energy you use? There are a few tips that you can take on board here to reduce the bills you get and of course the emissions that pollute our atmosphere to give you the energy in your home.

Hot water is something most people need in winter, whether for just a cup of tea or for cooking. You can do simple things to save on the heating of water before you use it on the heat. It may seem quite petty with the power you save here but if done as a habit every time you will save money.

Water from the tap is usually very cold and most people use this directly in their cooking or putting into their electric kettle to heat up. Cold water takes up more energy than room temperature water and that’s where the saving can be made. Before you go to work in the morning, fill a couple of 2 litre plastic bottle with tap water and use this for you drinks and cooking in the evening when you get home.

This may save just a few pence each day but add that up over four or five months and you are talking pounds! There is a feel good factor to it as well of course with the energy you save, that is if you are a caring person.
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