How Energy Efficient Are Your Appliances?

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Last Updated on April 5, 2022 by Melissa S.

Did you know that the monthly running costs of some of the most popular items in your home can be surprisingly high? In this day and age, it’s more important than ever to switch to energy-efficient appliances. This will save you money on your monthly energy bills, but it will also help reduce your carbon footprint.

Understanding the energy ratings on your favourite household items can be a tricky business. But once you know how to read them, it’s easy to see which products are the most energy-efficient. The lower the energy rating, the cheaper it will be to run.

It has never been more important to consider the efficiency of the products we use in our homes. With rising energy costs and a greater focus on sustainability, switching to more energy-efficient appliances makes sense. Not only will you save money, but you’ll also be doing your bit for the environment.

Did you know that your boiler is one of the most expensive items in your home to run? If you have an old, inefficient boiler, it’s time to upgrade to a newer, more energy-efficient model. You could save yourself up to £365 a year on your energy bills by switching from a G-rated boiler to an A-rated boiler.

If you are interested in seeing what different household items are costing you each month, check out this handy infographic below. It shows the monthly running costs of some of the most popular items in your home and how much you could save by switching to more energy-efficient models.


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