lighting. Friday , November 10th , 2017 - 05:38:56 AM
There are many ways in which we can save energy in our homes and offices, from something as simple as switching lights and televisions off to insulating cavity walls and the loft. Measures such as draught proofing, having proper insulation on your hot water tank and installing double glazing can save you a lot of money in the long term. Did you know that by replacing a 10 year old fridge freezer with a new A rated one, you can save around 45 per year. In the United Kingdom alone, the estimated amount of carbon produced annually from leaving a television on standby is 480,000 tonnes. This may just equate to a few hundred pounds per home per year, but those few hundred pounds are better in your pocket than the energy supplier, don't you think? Plus the reduction in carbon production can only be a good thing. Buying energy efficient appliances will save a great deal of electricity and switching from standard light bulbs to energy efficient bulbs will also help to reduce your carbon footprint.
Natural salt lamps are a unique way you can improve the quality of your sleep. A natural salt lamp is basically a salt crystal with a light source built into it. These natural salt crystals were created millions of years ago and are mostly found in salt mines around the world. The heat from the light source causes the crystal to emit an electrical charge, releasing negative ions into the air. Negative ions are the "vitamins of the air", and are beneficial to our health and well being.
So use worn out items and cheap purchases from your local drugstore to give this years decoration ideas an edge without breaking the bank.
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