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Your best energy savings tips

  simonjary 14:43 22 May 2013


We've just updated our Energy Saving Tips How To.

I'm sure there are some forum users with fantastic electricity and heating savings tips.

What are your favourites? We'll add the best to the article.



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  oresome 15:22 22 May 2013

A water heater jacket is easy to install and can save hundreds of dollars on your utility bills over the lifetime of your water heater.

  wee eddie 16:33 22 May 2013

Reinstate the Net Curtains ~ gives you Triple Glazing on the qt

  Al94 17:00 22 May 2013

Our electricity prices have just risen 18% today!

Use more deodorant and use electric shower less!

Buy a clothes line and ditch the tumble drier.

  carver 19:12 22 May 2013

A194 "Buy a clothes line and ditch the tumble drier" If you have children and the weather we have been having that's a no starter.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:32 22 May 2013

Rub a bit of Amber on a Nylon jumper and create your own electricity for free, also helps to keep you warm in the process.


  csqwared 20:20 22 May 2013


Howd'y' get a maiden? Did you kill the dragon or the knight or both? ;_))

  Graham* 01:02 23 May 2013

Drill a small hole in the fridge door to check the light goes out when you close it.

  Quickbeam 08:52 23 May 2013

Mr Mistoffelees

That would make for interesting motorway rush hours with people tacking across the carriageways to go against the flow...

  Quickbeam 20:33 23 May 2013

I've never used a pan lid in my life!

I like to see how It's cooking...

  Aitchbee 20:40 23 May 2013

Pressure cookers are even better ... a medium sized [fresh] chicken can be cooked in 40 minutes using much less gas 'n' time, than the oven method ... and it's much nicer to eat.

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