‘Greening your home’ has been a hot topic of late, thanks to the Green Homes Grant. And now that many of us are spending more time at home (working or otherwise), we’re more aware of our energy use than ever before.
This series of blog posts is designed to show you how energy-efficient home improvements don’t have to cost you a pretty penny. Read more on how you can save money and energy in your home for free or on the cheap with CREW! This week, in the kitchen…
Rustle up some energy savings
There are lots of day-to-day energy-saving habits you can adopt in the kitchen, starting with how you prepare meals: time to cook smarter, not harder.
Firstly, one of the most basic things to know, according to uSwitch, is that a microwave is the most energy-efficient appliance, followed by a hob and lastly an oven. But there still are a few tricks you can use to maximise each option!
Below are some easy, energy- and money-saving swaps you can make for FREE
Slow and cold
We'll be back soon with more inexpensive energy saving tips to help make every home a green home! Next time: water and washing.
Are you trying to save energy use in your home but struggling to find areas for improvement? Some swaps are simpler than you think. Leave a comment and we will do our best to get you the answers you need!
If you like to have more tghan one cuppa - boil enough, have your first and by heating the remaining water which will still bev warm/hot will take less energy than two starting from cold.....perhaps!!
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