6 Cost Cutting Measures For Homeowners Story

The average electric bill for a United States home in 2020 was $117.65 per month. Additionally, they’re forecast rates to continue to rise – possibly as much as 3.8% this year.

With energy bills across all sectors rising, many consumers are looking for ways to cut any costs. Want to know how to lower your electricity bill?

6 COST CUTTING MEASURES FOR HOMEOWNERS AS INFLATION CONTINUES TO RISE

1. Turn Down the Heat or Lower Your A.C.

Temperature control (space heating or AC) is the biggest energy expense accounting for at least half (but as much as 60%!) of utility bills.

2. Switch From Incandescent Bulbs to LED Bulbs

A standard incandescent bulb uses roughly 60W of electricity and costs approximately $5 per year in electricity costs. LED costs a lot less!

3. Seal and Insulate your Property

When you seal and insulate your property, you can save as much as $200 or 10% off your overall utility expenses.

THAT'S NOT ALL! There's more that you can do to lower your electricity bill as inflation continues to rise.

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