Check out measures that can help every household save electricity in the home:
Use lamps instead of chandeliers – so-called energy-saving light bulbs consume 75% less electricity than ordinary light bulbs. Quality energy-saving light bulbs work for 5,000-15,000 hours. By choosing several smaller light sources, a more beautiful and efficient lighting in the home is achieved.
Cooking in a covered pan-bottom pan should be approximately the same size as the circuit on the stove (hob on the stove). When baking in the oven – do not open the oven often to check if the dish is baked. Each time the oven is opened, the temperature drops by about 15 degrees.
Instead of floor heating, choose a stove – if you use electricity to heat your home, choose a TA (thermal storage) stove because its price is the most acceptable. Charge it at night when the electricity tariff is the lowest in most countries. Tape doors and windows with insulating tape.
Instead of bathing in a bathtub, choose a shower – set the boiler to a temperature between 50-60 ° C. Do not bathe in a tub full of water. Choose a classic water heater instead of a flow water heater because it consumes significantly less electricity.
The microwave consumes less energy – it is an ideal aid for quick defrosting of food. Suitable for fast cooking and food preparation.
Buy a fast cooking pot (express pot) – save up to 70% energy. Save time. Food preparation is of better quality.
Vacuum cleaner-the fuller the bag in the vacuum cleaner, the lower the power of the vacuum cleaner and the higher the consumption. Get the original vacuum cleaner bags. Change vacuum cleaner bags frequently. Make sure the vacuum cleaner is tightly closed as the suction power is better.
Irons – get a modern iron with a Teflon base. Do ironing in terms of cheaper electricity (night terms). Take care to correctly determine the temperature of the iron and the type of fabric you are ironing. Arrange the clothes according to the ironing temperature to speed up and make ironing easier. If the clothes are too dry or too wet ironing is harder and slower.
Dishwasher-one of the best options is an energy efficiency A machine. It is not necessary to wash the dishes with water before putting them in the machine. The dishes should be put in the machine according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Use the machine at a temperature of 50-65 ° C. A class A dishwasher for one dishwasher consumes 10 to 15 liters of water and about 1.05 kWh of electricity. This is noticeably less than hand washing dishes. When washing dishes by hand in the sink for one wash, we pour an average of about 50-80 liters of water.
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