Quick Tips You Can Use to Save Energy (And Money)

Using energy in your home can be rather expensive, but you’ve probably noticed that already. The more technology we get, the more power we use. Things need to be charged, video game systems Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About 90s Video Game Consoles Think you know about video game consoles? Read More and computers need to sit in standby mode, and normal necessities like appliances 5 Smart Home Appliances You Should Be Buying The "smart home" concept is taking off and you should be keeping up, otherwise you'll end up missing out on the future. Read More and lights are sucking down energy all the time. By the end of the month, those energy bills can be scary, but you aren’t defenseless.

The infographic below provides some quick and easy tips that you can use to save energy every month, which will end up saving you money. Check it out, and see how much money you save on those energy bills!

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  1. allenage
    March 15, 2015 at 10:20 am

    this guy is posting infographics from wherever he gets no matter whatever it is

  2. fernando
    March 13, 2015 at 8:22 pm

    great tips, but most of them are 'winter' related.

    • dragonmouth
      March 14, 2015 at 1:08 pm

      Put awnings over the windows that are exposed to the sun.

      Put an awning or some kind of shade over the Air Conditioner so that it is not heated by the sun.

      Instead of running your Air Conditioner, open up the windows in your house (weather permitting) and use the cross-ventilation to cool your house.

      Instead of Air Conditioners, use ceiling fans. Since fans are basically electric motors with blades, they are very efficient in using electricity. They are very quiet. With the use of a rotary switch (rheostat), the fan speed can be infinitely adjustable.

      For geographic and climate reference, I live just outside of New York City. We only use A/C on the hottest, humid days. The rest of the time, fans and open windows suffice to keep the house cool and comfortable.

  3. dragonmouth
    March 13, 2015 at 1:04 pm

    Save water, shower with a friend. :-)