If you've got gas appliances at home, winter weather usually means a winter-sized gas bill too. Even if you're keeping an eye on your usage, it's still common for it to be anywhere from twice to four times as high as what it is over summer.
So if you're not prepared for it, a winter bill can catch you off guard. Here are some things we recommend to help keep your gas bill in check over the next few months.
If you're using a gas heater, wasted heat means wasted money. Did you know you can lose up to 40% of your heat through your windows?
Think about your gas use when heating food, too.
For ways to save on your electricity too, see our general energy-saving tips page.
P.s. Like these tips? Most of them came from the CSIRO Home Energy Saving Handbook (2013).
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