Save Money on Your Electric Bill in the Bathroom

Electricity bills are spiking. I wanted to round up a few ways you could save money on your electric bill. Here are 6 ways to save money on your electric bill in the bathroom.

Why Focus On The Bathroom?

While the bathroom might be a teeny-tiny room in the house, it uses quite a bit of energy. Think about it, it heats a lot of water and runs a lot of small appliances from hair dryers to nose trimmers. It’s a small room that can certainly pack a punch.

kill phantom electricity

Make sure that you unplug your small electronics like a curling iron or your water flosser‘s charging base. When electronics are plugged in, even if they’re not on or charging something, they’re still drawing electricity from the power grid.

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lower the temp ON THE  hot water heater

Did you know that you can turn down the temperature on your hot water heater? The hot water is almost always too hot so you probably won’t even notice if you turn the temperature down by a few degrees.

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Tankless water heaters are  space saving and will save you money every year over the traditional counterparts. Moving your hot water heater closer to your taps is going to save a lot of time, energy, and electricity, too.

get a tankless hot water heater

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switch your shower head

We have to make sure we’re using less water. All of our faucets are aerated and our shower head will be flowing under 2 gallons-per minute. saving water also saves electricity. After all, less hot water equals less energy use.

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There are several different types of bidets and bidet attachments. Some use electricity to keep the seat warm, hook up to your hot water supply, and some are even battery powered. When you’re looking to get a bidet attachment, opt for a simple one.


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