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Post Reduce your Electrical Cost
by: Koby Gur

Home energy can be a very expensive thing. If you pay too much for power, you are in the right place. viewing this indicate that you willing to do something to reduce the costs. This means that house energy saving is important to you

Can you imagine that you are using electricity for free by using solar power?. Also picture that you can use this electricity for anything you need at home like your appliances, heating rooms or water and lights.

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Your system you will be able to produce Wattage. The amount of Watts is solely depend on your decision of how much room to assign for that. If you generate more electricity than what you need, you can sell the surplus electricity to your energy company.

You can save electricity at home in a lot ways such as changing some electricity usage behavior (for example to change illumination habits) or to use energy efficient appliances whilst the finest way to fight global warming and at the same time make money from that. This is the secret of building sun or wind power system.

One of the most efficient and not as much used methods to create electricity is to use the power of the sun and the wind, store it and use it for various needs: heating your water, illuminating your place of living and even sell what you don’t use (yes, you can actually make money from that)

Home energy saving is a course in which you examine your costs, put concrete steps to lower or eliminate these costs and build home solar power system or wind power systems to enable you to create your own energy.

But before we start we need to ask what are most regular usage for power?

The most common functions are: heating or cooling your place of living, heating water for shower, light in your home, use of home appliances and electronics, washing and drying clothes and so on.

Check out freepower4home site for additional information about home energy saving

Saving on the examples mentioned above is very easy and it just involves to take control on each one of them in very plain and immediate steps. Here are few tips on some tasks you can do:

The temperature at your temperature during winter time should not exceed 66°F (19°C).

Take shorter showers or you may wish to put water constrictor.

When you leave a room don’t forget to shut the light.

Buy light bulbs that have lower electricity consumption.

Make sure your house temperature at hot time or in warm Temperature when cooling does not go below 77°F (25°C). Fan can also be a good alternative for air conditioner when the climate is nice and does not really require air conditioning.

When you are not watching television, make sure you close it (Television is one of the major power consumers in the home)

choosing the correct program and putting the right quantity of clothing into the dryer or the washing machine is essential.

Cook small bakery in a small scale toaster oven instead of your big kitchen oven.

Home energy saving is really easy. Take a look at freepower4home site

About The Author
Koby Gur is one of the greatest environmental enthusiastic. His site, has many information about how to save energy at home and more then that, how to use clean renewable energy to produce electricity for your home and by that save a lot of money and fight the global warming

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