Cut overall energy costs
Ask your utility company for a free energy audit. A representative will come to your house and explain what you need to do to make your home more energy efficient. You can save $100 per year by sealing leaks in windows and doors and insulating ducts—all of which your energy audit will highlight. Here are more easy tricks to cut your energy bill.
Save water: Look to your toilet
Keep a pitcher or bottle of water in the refrigerator so you’ll always have cold water on hand. No more running the tap to get water that’s cold enough to drink—and no more money down the drain. Additionally, inspect appliances such as toilets, faucets, and dishwashers for leaks and drips on a regular basis. To be even more water-conscious, add aerators to your faucets. These frugal attachments reduce the amount of water that comes through the faucet head and increase water pressure. You increase performance and save money. Don’t miss these 12 sneaky ways your home is draining your bank account.