Save Money On Just About Everything.
Saving money is great. Saving lots of money is even better. Knowing how to save lots of money can be a challenge.
Thankfully, you’ve stumbled upon this post, which lists over 200 hundred ways to save money on just about everything. I hope you find it helpful.
- Install a programmable thermostat.
- Insulate your attic.
- Turn off the lights in rooms you are no longer using.
- Don’t turn on the heat/air conditioning until you just can’t take it anymore.
- Don’t leave the water running while brushing your teeth or washing dishes.
- Take quick showers.
- Install low-flow toilets.
- Use white curtains/blinds to reflect heat away from your home in the summer.
- Use a de-humidifier to reduce moisture in your home and make it feel cooler.
- Install an energy-efficient dishwasher.
- Clean out the lint trap in your dryer.
- Install an energy-efficient washer and dryer.
- Install CFL light bulbs.
- Use ceiling fans, floor fans and space heaters.
- Turn the oven off during the last few minutes of cooking. There’s still enough heat in there to keep stuff cooking.
- Cook in batches. Only use the oven once per day, or less.
- Use your dishwasher, washing machine and dryer at non-peak hours.
- Use cold water when you run the washing machine.
- Use a toaster oven for baking small meals.
- Install a low-flow shower head.
- Line-dry your clothing.
- Use a slow cooker.
- Unplug appliances that are not in use.
- Insulate hot water heater/pipes.
- During the winter months, leave your oven door open when you are done using it to help heat your house. Don’t do this if you have small children around.
- Fill empty spots in your fridge and freezer with jugs of water. This saves on operating costs.
- Clean refrigerator coils a few times per year.
- Use power strips.
- Caulk around doors, windows and baseboards.
- Install weather stripping.
- Install storm windows and doors.
Only run full loads (laundry machine, dishwasher).