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Lighting is estimated to make up between 10 and 15% of your energy Backyard Revolution Review bills so there is a large saving to be made here. Up to a third of the clean drinking water we use in our households is flushed down the toilet every day. On average each flush uses eight litres of water. You can easily fit a save-a-flush bag into your toilet cistern which will reduce water usage by approximately one litre for each flush. Often your local water company will provide these so it need not cost you a penny to fit. When replacing appliances look out for their energy efficiency ratings. Do some research online to see how each appliance compares with each other. Ask your plumber to use fittings with energy efficiency in mind, these range from baths that retain heat to taps that regulate water flow. On a larger scale you could invest in a rain water harvesting system.

This uses rainwater to flush toilets and use in the garden, saving your fresh drinking water uses to the minimum. This helps your pocket and the environment. There is ongoing debate about how long a solar panel will take to pay for themselves through savings in energy bills but an often quoted number is a decade. While this sounds like a long time the savings to the environment by using sustainable energy is substantial and with ongoing energy prices rises, the return may well be a lot quicker.

Contact your local authority to see if there are any grants or subsidies available for energy saving home improvements. These range from help with replacing old windows to insulation and solar panels. When replacing or upgrading your heating system, research some environmentally friendly alternatives. For example Eco Heat Pumps work through a deep borehole close to your property and work by converting a small amount of heat in a large area to a greater amount of heat in a smaller area. Heating your water and under floor heating in this way will save you substantial amounts of money on your energy bills.

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