8 Ways To Save Energy In Your Home

20 September 2022  |  Admin

As the UK faces an energy crisis and with bills rising we’ve put together some useful tips on how you can save energy in your home. 

1. Turn off your lights and appliances when they’re not in use

This one is so simple and may seem obvious but try and get into the habit of turning off all the lights and appliances that don’t need to be left on when they’re not in use. 

2. Replace Your Old Bulbs with LED Bulbs 

Another simple change that you can make that will result in significant energy savings is to replace your old light bulbs with LED bulbs. LEDs last longer than traditional incandescent bulbs and use significantly less electricity to operate. They also produce a brighter light than standard bulbs and do not need to be replaced as often. Replacing all of your old light bulbs with LEDs can drastically reduce the amount of money that you spend on your electricity bill every month and can help to save the environment as well.

3. Insulate your loft and use draft excluders

Ensuring that your loft is properly insulated can help to reduce your energy costs over the course of the year. Draft excluders are also important for keeping out drafts and keeping heat in your rooms in the winter. 

4. Seal all air leaks

You should also look for any air leaks in the walls or windows of your home and seal them properly. This will ensure that you are not losing a significant amount of air through the walls and the windows and that you are not using more energy than you need to in order to heat your home.

5. Wash Your Clothes With Cold Water 

Washing your clothes with cold water instead of hot water is a great way to save money and energy throughout the year. By washing your clothes in cold water instead, you can save a significant amount of money and reduce your carbon footprint at the same time.

6. Reduce Your Shower Time 

Try to reduce your shower time as much as possible in order to reduce the amount of energy that you use on a daily basis. If you spend a few minutes every day brushing your teeth or rinsing your hair, then you will greatly reduce the amount of time that you spend in the shower without reducing your overall personal hygiene! You should also limit the amount of water that you use when taking a shower in order to reduce your water consumption. Reducing your shower time can also help you to save money because you won’t have to use as much hot water in the shower and will save money on your monthly utility bills as a result.

This Pure Pulse Eco shower head will also help to reduce your usage. ThePure Pulse uses a "smart technology" which increases the pulse effect as the water pressure increases. All you need to do is unscrew your existing shower head, replace with Pure Pulse and you will achieve hot water/energy savings of between 40 and 60%.

7. Install a smart thermostat

Smart thermostats are a real cost and energy-saving benefit as they learn how long it takes to heat your home, so they heat your house just right, at the time that you need it. They can also make your heating more efficient by only warming the rooms you are in.

8. Buy efficient appliances

Don’t throw away perfectly good appliances, as this is not cost-effective at all. However, when it comes to the time when you need to replace an appliance make sure that you are buying an energy-efficient one. Look for A+++ appliances when it comes to buying new products.


These simple tips can help you to reduce your energy consumption and save money each month by conserving energy and reducing the amount of electricity that you use in your home. These simple steps can also have a positive impact on the environment by reducing the amount of energy that is used to power our homes and lowering our carbon footprint.