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Energy Conserving Items
Washing lines are the energy efficient way of drying your clothes that use the sun and natural resources to dry your clothes rather than electricity.
Can use no energy at all, compared to the energy used on dryers.
LED lights are longer lasting and more environmentally friendly light.
Can use fewer watts and can last up to 20 years.
LED lights are 85% more energy efficient than traditional light bulbs.
A ducted reverse-cycle cooling system costs from $75 to $120 per year, although a fan only costs from $8 to $15 per year.
Fans use much less energy than air cons and can have a much quicker effect than air con anyway.
Large windows can easily decrease your energy bill by giving your house natural light rather than using lightbulbs.
Natural light can let in warmth to your house without having to put on a heater.
Energy-Star rated appliances
These are often more energy saving appliances that can help with not overusing energy.
It allows you to compare different home appliances. These labels are Australian and New Zealand based
Easy to maintain once installed.
Skylights are extremely helpful as they let in light from the roof and act as an indoor light. Only that it doesn't require electricity.
Insulation easily protects and keeps a thick barrier in the walls oof your house to keep it warm in cold weather.
Insulation is very long lasting and once installed, never has to be changed.
They trap the sunlights rays and transmit it into energy you can use in your house.
Solar panels are easy to maintain once installed.
Solar panels are a source of renewable energy, and does not use fossil fuels and pollute the earth.