Clever Strategies to Lower Your Energy Bills


Applying a series of tips to save energy at home is as beneficial for the environment as it is for your wallet. Energy consumption has increased disproportionately, in many cases because we are not really aware of the expense that some of our habits entail.

If your bills are too high at the end of the month, today we will explain some solutions to reduce them. Do you want to know how? Next, we give you 15 saving tips that you can implement at home today, and that will allow you to save energy, and consequently money.

  1. Embrace Natural Illumination: Why not let Mother Nature do some of the work? During the day, make it a habit to open up those curtains and let the sunlight stream in. It’s an effortless way to brighten up your rooms without flipping a light switch.
  2. Modernize Your Appliances: The most advanced electrical appliances have a more efficient consumption of energy and less impact on the environment. Therefore, choosing appliances with an energy label will help you reduce electricity consumption.
  3. Seal Up Gaps: Drafty windows and doors can be sneaky energy hogs.  Take the time to seal those gaps to stop air from sneaking out and the outside air from creeping in.
  4. Get Savvy with Smart Thermostats: Say hello to the future with smart thermostats that let you call the shots on your home’s temperature even from afar. No more heating or cooling an empty house.
  5. Illuminate with LED: Use LED lighting. They have a longer lifespan and a knack for using less energy, which means savings for you in the long run.
  6. Timing is everything: Run energy-intensive appliances like your washing machine and dishwasher during those magical off-peak hours when electricity costs are lowest.
  7. Insulated Warm: Helps maintain the perfect temperature so you can warm up or cool down without sacrificing comfort.
  8. Embrace the Solar Edge: If you’re feeling a little adventurous, consider diving into the world of solar panels. They absorb the sun’s rays and convert them into usable energy.
  9. Maintenance to win: Keep your devices and systems in top condition with regular maintenance. A well-maintained home runs more efficiently, and that means less wasted energy.
  10. Make efficient use of electrical appliances. Keep the fridge open for as short a time as possible, and when you are not using it, be sure to keep it tightly closed.
  11. Maintain the right temperature. It is advisable to keep your house between 19º and 21º in winter and between 24º and 26º in summer. With adequate clothing and ventilation you can avoid that degree of more or less that can mean a significant increase in your bill. Set the air conditioning to 24°C in summer and 20°C in winter. Remember that the programmed temperature is maintained for a longer time with the doors and windows closed. At least every six months, clean the equipment filters.
  12. Unplug electrical appliances as well as chargers. Turn off the computer when you are finished using it. The consumption in Standby mode is equivalent to up to 70% of the consumption in On mode. As for the chargers, without being connected to any mobile, it consumes an average of 0.00002 kWh.
  13. Take a quick shower. Hot water consumes the most energy in the home, after heating and air conditioning. Also remember that you are wasting drinking water and that it is important to use it sparingly.
  14. I chose cold water. It may be a small detail, but if you always use cold water to wash your hands, the hot water tank or heater will use less gas. The same if you have a single-lever faucet, always leave it on the cold water side.


There you have it: a bunch of friendly, practical tips for turning your home into an energy-saving haven. By incorporating these simple changes and adopting energy-conscious habits, you’re not just cutting costs; you are also playing your part in creating a greener and more sustainable world.