Creating a green space for you and your family can go a long way in preserving the environment and reducing your home’s negative impact on the planet. Building a greener home doesn’t mean conforming to the strictest requirements, it’s all about improving your home’s efficiency with a ‘go-green’ initiative in mind
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Be thoughtful of how you use your space. Design your home depending on your lifestyle habits and requirements, this makes it cost-effective and more easily manageable. Smaller homes are more energy-efficient and eco-friendly resulting in smaller environmental impact.
Use multi-socket extension leads for connecting all the appliances, so that you turn off all the appliances at one-go can reduce energy consumption by 15%!
One of the most practical and cost-effective way to make it more energy sufficient! Well-insulated homes require less amount of energy for heating and cooling the space, saving up to 80% in heating and cooling losses.
For the winter days, opening the blinds can save up to 10% of energy used up in heating the place. Lights are also the best way to get some outside air into your homes.
Separating and composting kitchen scraps; reusing plastic bags, glass jars, papers and more without throwing them into garbage after a one-time use can help your pockets and lets you consume less. Smart recyclable waste management systems are ways to do the job and avoid unnecessary waste.
Converting around 15% of sun’s energy into electricity, solar panels are efficient in making a difference when it comes to energy consumption. You can also save up on your monthly electricity bill by half the amount.
Use collected water to fill water features, maintaining landscapes, irrigating gardens and purified one for personal uses.
Halogen incandescent, CFLs and LEDs use 25%-80% less energy than the ordinary bulbs.
Go green and fill your rooms with fresh air.
Energy star rated appliances are significantly more energy efficient than the usual ones, they consume 10%-50% less energy than standard models.