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Cutting back on your household bills

While the cost of living in the UK peaked in the middle of 2008 it is still substantially higher than 12 or 24 months ago. There is still a need to cut back on your domestic bills as much as possible including electric and heating. By simply switching off your electrical appliances at the plug when not in use you can make significant savings in any one calendar year. Heating is also a situation which can be expensive even though there are ways to significantly reduce the cost to you.

Next time you check your thermostat, why not reduce it by even just one degree and monitor your continuous spending. Using heating systems more sparsely can also create substantial annual savings which can be used elsewhere in your annual budget. Many of these cost efficiency ideas are not rocket science and not difficult to implement but often overlooked by the vast majority of the UK population.

Despite a number of promises by the UK government to force energy companies to reduce their prices this is something which is just not happened as yet and seems more and more unlikely in the short term. With this in mind the UK population have to take the situation into their own hands, something which may backfire on the UK energy companies in the future.

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