Air conditioning and heating systems cost money when you use them. However, there are ways that will help you save on power bills. The key is to use these systems efficiently.

If you have found yourself facing extremely high cooling or heating costs over the past month, you should not ignore the situation. There are ways to reduce your heating and cooling bills. We are sure you want to know the answer.

Of course, we will not tell you to stop using them. You do not want to have an unbearable home during the summer or winter. Our blog posts in this category will help you boost your air conditioner’s efficiency, as well as your heater. This way, you can lower your electric bills every month.

You will also find answers to common and uncommon questions. For instance, you may have heard or read stories about how running the heat costs up to three times more than using your air conditioner. We will help you uncover the truth about it, as well as other queries you may have.

To understand electricity usage better, we explain about AC and heater costs. Why does your neighbour have lower power bills than you? Read our posts to find out more about AC and heating costs and bills.

Heating and Cooling Costs and How to Reduce Them.

Categories Costs & Bills

Lower Your Energy Costs in 2022

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They say that when it comes to electric bills, the only way is up. Unfortunately, it seems that’s the case for us Aussies. There is hope, though. According to the Australian Energy Market Commission, we can expect an annual decrease in power bills of about $77 by 2024, thanks to the rise of solar power in the country. The Australian Bureau of Statistics released the latest report regarding renewable energy supplies, which have grown by 15% since 2019.

Categories Costs & Bills

Best Tips to Reduce Your Power Bill in 2021

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If you have noticed your energy bills increasing for the past few years, you'll probably take comfort in the fact that you're not alone in this ordeal. Homeowners notice the yearly increase in energy costs, so don't think that your energy provider is against you. Many Australians have seen a considerable increase in their electric bills, especially since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. With many people staying at home to do their jobs, watching more TV, and using up more power, it's not really surprising.