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In a bid to help you get some easy energy efficiency DIY jobs done around the house, we thought we’d do a “how to” series of blogs with some handy tips for completing simple tasks that could really …

In a bid to help you get some easy energy efficiency DIY jobs done around the house, we thought we’d do a “how to” series of blogs with some handy tips for completing simple tasks that could really help you save energy.

For more easy energy efficient DIY tips, visit the npower blog.

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  • 1. How to set your thermostat Setting your thermostat Setting your thermostat correctly is one of the best ways to ensure Sub headings that you are using energy efficiently in your home. It can help to Ut ac mauris. Pellentesque consequat nisi nec odio. Aenean dramatically reduce your heating bills and save you £55 a year or molestie risus ut augue. Etiam ut turpis. Cras dolor. Donec more, all while keeping you toasty warm. Read on for our easy four hendrerit odio ac turpis. Mauris libero. Aenean in purus vitae step guide to setting your thermostat. sem elementum feugiat. Fusce orci velit, dictum vitae, rutrum et, pulvinar nec, arcu. Quisque neque. Nullam at nibh eu turpis 1 Firstly, identify what type of thermostat you have in your home. laoreet sagittis. Older thermostats tend to be mechanical while newer ones will more likely be electronic. If you have a single thermostat that • Nullam at nibh eu turpis laoreet sagittis. controls the temperature in all rooms, you’ll usually find it next to • Nullam at nibh eu turpis laoreet sagittis. the boiler system. • Nullam at nibh eu turpis laoreet sagittis. 2 Next, set the temperature to the desired level. This is usually • Nullam at nibh eu turpis laoreet sagittis. done by turning the dial to the desired number. Some digital • Nullam at nibh eu turpis laoreet sagittis. thermostats, like certain models of programmable room thermostat controllers, can be adjusted using the buttons on the face of the unit. 3 The ideal room temperature for most homes is around 18 degrees Celsius but you may prefer to set it a little higher to 20 or 21 degrees if you or somebody living with you is elderly. However, remember that increasing the temperature by just one degree can cost around an extra £55 a year. 4 Finally, look out for other ways to save energy. If you have many people around at the same time, you may be able to turn your thermostat down a few degrees. You should also look out for any ways to increase the efficiency of your central heating system, like clearing any air blockages in radiators by bleeding them. For more easy energy efficient DIY tips, visit the npower blog.npower is a registered trademark and the trading name of Npower Limited (Registered No. 3653277), Npower Gas Limited (Registered No. 2999919), Npower Northern Limited (Registered No. 3432100) who also act as an agent for Npower Northern SupplyLimited (Registered No. 2845740) for the supply of electricity, Npower Yorkshire Limited (Registered No. 3937808) who also act as an agent for Npower Yorkshire Supply Limited (Registered No. 4212116) for the supply of electricity. Registered in England andWales. Registered Office: Windmill Hill Business Park, Whitehill Way, Swindon SN5 6PB.