The electrical grid becomes older with no updated technology every year, yet energy prices continue to increase.
You cannot control how much the utility company will charge you, yet you can implement ways to spend less on your electricity bill.
Make sure you’re changing all filters and keeping vents clean.
By adjusting the thermostat down a few degrees in the winter and up a few degrees in the summer, you can easily shave off $20-$30 from your monthly bill.
Ceiling and tower fans during the summer months will help you with lowering your bills. A tower fan is far less expensive to run than your air conditioning (AC) unit.
Appliances like TVs, computers, and chargers still use power even when they’re turned off, so unplugging them will help reduce your bill and save energy at the same time.