How to get rid of your office’s electric bill?
Posted September 15, 2018 06:32:24 If you’ve ever wanted to get out of paying your electricity bill, now’s your chance.
Electrical bills are often high and they can add up fast, especially for businesses that don’t have a central office.
In a bid to make the process a little easier, the Government has released an online tool to help you cut your electric bill.
You can do this yourself or use an electric company to reduce your bills.
Here are a few of the more common ways to reduce electricity bills:Install a smart thermostat for your home.
A smart thertopat will automatically turn off your electricity if you’re outside, when you’re not home, or when you leave your home without paying your bills or getting your lights on.
If you want to do this at home, check out this guide from the Federal Government.
Use your home phone to make calls from outside the home.
This will keep your electricity usage down.
Install your smart thermos.
Your smart thermic is probably one of the best ways to avoid paying your bill.
It will automatically shut off your electric power if you leave the house without paying bills or your lights turn off.
Set up an electric meter.
Electric meters allow you to see how much electricity you use and automatically shut down when you’ve used more than what’s allowed.
Get a smart home control system.
An automated smart home system is an electronic device that can automatically shut you off when you get in your home or leave it to go to sleep.
Put an alarm clock on your home and turn it off when your lights go out.
This is another great way to avoid the cost of keeping your lights and your home lights on at night.
Set a timer to turn off the lights if you want.
If you’re on a tight budget, you can also consider using a timer for your smart home.
A timer is a device that will set a set time to shut down the lights and then turn them back on when you come home.
The Energy Saving Act 2015 (Energy Saving) provides some great savings on energy bills.
It’s also important to check your electricity bills, especially if you don’t own a smart electric device, or if you are using your smart electric devices at home.
For more energy savings, check our free energy saving guide.
You can find more information on reducing electricity bills from the Government and from the Australian Energy Market Operator.
This article was originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald and is republished with permission.