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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Lighting Up The Facts


We have lots going on behind the scenes here at the Save Energy Save Money offices.  We get lots of questions around the annual running cost of incandescent bulbs v’s CFL’s & LED’s so we thought we would give you the information as only we know how.

We are happy to announce the launch of our new category. Lighting. You can now compare prices on the following lights at Save Energy Save Money:
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How To Get The Best Deal On Appliances

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Buying an appliance for your home is a pretty major deal. Chances are, if you’re shopping for a new fridge, dishwasher, or dryer, your old one has broken, so you don’t have a lot of time to shop around. But by taking a little time to make sure that you are getting the best deal, you can save yourself money and trouble.
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Getting the Most From your Appliances

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When it comes to energy, we should always try to save as much as possible. Not only are we saving money and the planet, but we are also saving up on the stress we would have from seeing large bills at the end of the month. The rule of thumb is simple; to buy cheap appliances who are energy efficient and that allow us to save energy which will, in return, help us save money.
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Cool your home without the energy price tag.

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If you just got your electricity bills and like a few of our concerned customers, you’re wondering why the bill was so high. Let’s explore a few ways you can reduce your cooling energy bills for the rest of summer and heating bills for winter which is around the corner.
Did you know that your heating and cooling energy bills can account for up to 45% of your total energy bills? You have several options you can explore in cooling your home naturally preventing you having to turn on the air conditioner. If however you find yourself unable to live without your air conditioner, ensure you are operating the most energy efficient model. If not it’s maybe time to upgrade.
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