Heating, electricity… Energy in your home is a fundamental factor. That’s why we’ll tell you how to save money irrespective of socio-political factors.
Oligopolies, market fluctuations, the international geopolitical situation… Your electricity bill depends on much more complex and indirect factors than your domestic consumption. It doesn’t matter if you consume little, have energy-saving light bulbs and class A appliances, or always turn off the lights: the reality is that the electricity bill is disproportionately expensive.
And the situation may even worsen. Our fuel suppliers, or even the type of fuel we use, could change, which could further increase the price of electricity. Or worse, we could find ourselves with consumption restrictions, as is the case in other parts of Europe.
Here’s how you can save A LOT on your electricity bill
We provide you with a series of tips on how to consume much less energy and make your home more efficient. There is little point in having class A appliances or LED bulbs if we do not comply with a series of basic insulation principles, which can help you save up to €1,000 on heating costs per year. Take note:
- Climalit windows: in addition to providing a much quieter environment in your home, they will help to maintain a constant temperature.
- Thermal insulation on the outside in the case of single-family dwellings.
- Thermal insulation inside the home if it is in a block of flats.
- Insulate the shutter box
- Check door and window seals and install weather stripping.
Insulating your home will generate very significant medium and long-term savings, and will also be the beginning of achieving energy independence. Get in touch with professionals, they will indicate the best insulation systems.