POWER SAVING IDEAS

  • By Bonnett’s Electrical
  • 01 Aug, 2014

Follow these simple, easy-to-implement ideas and you could greatly reduce you next power bill.

For the living room and bedrooms:

  • Switch appliances off at the wall. TVs, DVD players, computers, stereos and game consoles still use energy in standby mode. When not in use, switch these appliances off at the wall.
  • Use a power board to supply electricity to multiple appliances at the same time. This allows you to switch off all appliances using the same switch.
  • Use lamps or spotlights if you only need a small amount of light, instead of main lights.
  • Use energy-saving light globes and change your old light globes to compact fluorescent ones. Better still, swap over for LED because they’re not only energy efficient but cheaper to buy too.
  • How many lights are on? Turn off lights in the rooms you’re not using.
By Bonnett’s Electrical 09 Sep, 2014
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By Bonnett’s Electrical 12 Aug, 2014
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By Bonnett’s Electrical 01 Aug, 2014
  • Switch appliances off at the wall. TVs, DVD players, computers, stereos and game consoles still use energy in standby mode. When not in use, switch these appliances off at the wall.
  • Use a power board to supply electricity to multiple appliances at the same time. This allows you to switch off all appliances using the same switch.
  • Use lamps or spotlights if you only need a small amount of light, instead of main lights.
  • Use energy-saving light globes and change your old light globes to compact fluorescent ones. Better still, swap over for LED because they’re not only energy efficient but cheaper to buy too.
  • How many lights are on? Turn off lights in the rooms you’re not using.
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