5 Tips to Save Energy while Working from Home
For the past 2 years, people have consumed more energy than ever before. Electricity bills have skyrocketed due to home quarantine.
With the surge of people staying at home, utilities are at an all time high. Especially with people working from home and online classes.
How can you save energy when you need it to power your home 24/7? In this article, we’ll discuss 5 tips to help you save up.
Unplug Devices When Not in Use
Even when you aren’t using appliances like your Television, electric fan, or digital TV box, it still consumes energy that’ll reflect in your monthly bill.
It’s better to unplug your devices completely to avoid unnecessary charges.
Avoid Overloading Extension
One of the ways your home consumes more than you want is by overloading extension cords. You should refrain from doing so since it's also a fire hazard that threatens your family’s safety.
Match your appliance voltage accordingly with the capacity of your extensions to save and be safe.
Skip the Dryer and Frequent Laundry Cycles
Frequent laundry with use of a dryer is going to make you break the bank. It’s better to make use of the sun, the Philippines after all is a tropical country.
Hang your clothes to dry and schedule a laundry day weekly in big batches to lessen your energy consumption.
Iron Clothes Weekly
One chore that consumes a lot of electricity is ironing your clothes.
Since you’re working from home or your kids are in online class, it’s better to make a strategy which allows you to iron clothes weekly instead of every two days.
Use Solar Energy
How can you save up on your energy bills for life? Make a big switch!
Solar power allows you to enjoy the same lifestyle with up to 30% savings monthly. It’s an investment that can help the environment and your family in the years to come.
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