Energy saving tips for winter
22 January 2024
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Sunny winter days are crisp and beautiful but also present a great opportunity to infuse your home with a little extra heat. By strategically using the natural sunlight, you can combat the seasonal chills, but also brighten up your living space and help tackle any winter blues.
Here’s how to make the most of the sun's rays:
- Keep curtains and blinds open to allow sunlight to flood into your home
- Opt for sheer curtains that allow sunlight to filter through
- Arrange living spaces by south-facing windows
- Arrange furniture to maximise exposure to sunlight
Overall, winter is the time of the year when we seek warmth and comfort in our homes, enjoying the simple pleasures of hot drinks, slow-cooked meals and cosy blankets. By embracing some of the energy saving practices listed above, you can get the best out of the chilly months while keeping your monthly bills on budget.
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