Talking about ways to save on electricity can seem a little boring. What’s not boring is all the cash that’s going to stay in your pocket if you action the ways to save on electricity. Here’s a look at just how much you could save.
The next biggest consumer after heating and cooling and hot water are appliances and electronics. Here’s how to save on appliances.
Part three in a series on saving money on electricity. Looking at the second biggest energy consumer – the hot water heater.
Cooling your home can account for up to 40% of your summertime energy bills. Here are some tips that will reduce your cooling expenses and therefore drastically cut your overall electricity bill.
A DIY home energy audit allows you to see your biggest energy drains empowering you to make bigger energy savings. Free energy audit checklist.
Despite the fact we shop around to get the best price on many things we buy, car insurance premiums tend to be something we just pay without questioning them when renewal time rolls round. Here are some tips for saving money on your car insurance.
It was the year before they phased out leaded petrol. My first baby was a 1979 Chrysler Lancer. It had a manual choke, I had to drive with the windows down to avoid carbon-monoxide poisoning, and it leaked oil at a rate of one litre per 50ks. On a good day. But by jees, it […]