Save Money On Your Household Bills

One of the biggest household expenditures is on energy bills

Gas and electricity bills can be really high. If you are using your credit card to pay for them, then the cost increases further. Make sure to check your spending on all monthly direct debits such as insurance.

The good news is that there are ways to reduce your energy usage and therefore reduce your monthly bills.

This is fantastic for your bank balance but is also great for the environment.

  • Save money
  • Use less energy
  • Reduce carbon emissions

Intall Thermal Efficient Rooflights

When in stalling new windows and rooflights, make sure to check their thermal efficiency.

This is measured in ‘U values’ and a product with a low value such as 0.97 W/m2K means that you won’t have any needless heat loss from the rooflight. Therefore less energy is needed to heat your home. Be sure to choose the highest quality of product for your home. There is a wide selection of high specification flat roof skylights available. The cost of adding a rooflight to your property will be offset by the savings you make on your energy bills. In addition you will have a stylish new look for your home. More.

Save money on throwing away those bulky items

UK Households spend over £344m on paying companies to recycle unwanted items, like furniture, |TVs, fridges etc. Surrey is the worst offender with a spend of over £66.2m. When paying companies to remove your rubbish, it is best to shop around. We did some mystery shopping and came back with prices ranging from £533 (Clearabee) to £388 from a company called Rubbish Clearance Surrey. So be warned there are serious savings to be made.

Choose Your Insurance Policies Carefully

Insurance is essential for your home and contents but there are so many varying policies available it can be easy to overpay for what you’re getting.

Click here to read more about insurance policies available.

Choosing the most cost-effective policy for your home means you could be saving pounds and pounds on your monthly payments. Read our recommendations for insurance policies.


Having an energy efficient home has plenty of financial benefits.

Click here to read more about creating an environmentally friendly home.