Some people take small steps in their energy use at home to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, while others do it mainly to cut back on their electricity bills.
An energy-efficient home can save hundreds every year. Either way, it is beneficial for the environment and for you. Having an energy-efficient home can save up to 20-30 percent on their household energy bills by following simple ‘energy efficiency’ (Also known as ‘ประสิทธิภาพการใช้พลังงาน’ in the Thai language) improvements.
All it takes is patience, persistence, and a willingness to change your old habits in the use of energy.
Affordable home energy is efficient to operate, more comfortable, more precious, and more environmentally friendly. To get an energy-efficient home, you should check you have to improve insulation, ventilation, landscaping, day-lighting, appliance efficiency, or air-leak seal.
Our daily tasks – driving a car, using a computer, heating or cooling our homes, cooking, watching TV – having a great impact on our planet that may lead to global warming and climate change. But there are some ways to keep our homes comfortable while reducing the amount of energy consumption; energy consumption is less good on your wallet because it can lower your monthly bills.
Just an example: using CFLs can help reduce energy consumption for lighting by 80 percent. With a bit of difficulty and the investment in your home, you can obtain energy savings and lower your energy bill with a smaller carbon footprint.
Another simple way to save energy is to use water wisely. An energy-efficient home most efficiently has no leakage valves and pipes, it is because most places use electricity to supply water to your homes.