High Bills? 5 Tricks to Cut Down on Them This Summer

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With summer having already arrived, a lot of us are happy that the cold is long gone and we can enjoy the warmth and all the benefits that come with the sun being out! That is until we see the bills that come along with it and our v all-out happiness dwindles away! And let’s be honest, it’s very predictable, despite all of us hoping they will go down when compared with the cold months when the heating is on.

Yet, with the AC being on all the time and all the overconsumption of water we do, it’s only normal for the bills to end up being as high as they are. However, there are lots of ways to make sure that you can make the best of your situation and make the total you have to pay on those bills as low as possible. We have gathered all the best advice to lower how much you spend on bills, so you too can add that money to the saving jar!

Let us know if you have more tips and tricks for your fellow frugality lovers below!

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  1. Not only is it better on your plants to water in the evening, you will not need to water as long. Why do you think the dew falls in the early evening?
    Closing the curtains/blinds in the summer helps, but opening them in the winter helps just as much. Take advantage of solar heat in the winter. Eastern and southern windows are the best for this.
    When insulating your home, work from the top down. I was pleasantly surprised how much my attic insulation helped keep the house comfortable.
    Years ago we rented an old house that had basically useless skirting. I stapled thick clear plastic around the inside sills under the perimeter of the house for a wind barrier. My new husband was shocked at how much warmer the old wood floors were on his bare feet.
    Now I loved seeing the split system heat and air unit in your first picture. It has been the best investment I have made in my home. I’ve had mine 5 years and it has already paid for itself in energy savings.

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