DIY Projects that Save You Money

DIY Projects that Save You MoneyWhen it comes to saving money there are some projects we can perform ourselves to our homes. Some of these projects are simple and easy to do, while some are a bit more complicated but you can definitely make these projects happen. Take a look at these simple DIY projects that save you money. 

Blinds

Blinds keep your home cool in hot months and can reduce your energy bill. By adding these to your home, you can also keep your windows protected from dust and finger prints.

Tankless Hot Water Heater

Reduce your water bill by replacing a water based hot water heater with a tankless hot water heater. This is a simple task that can be managed but you will need to have proper disposal of the old large hot water heater.

Low Flow Toilets

Changing out your toilets can be tricky, but you can perform this task first by turning off the water at your toilet. Remove the old toilet and replace it with a low flow toilet which runs less water and can help with water wastage. Toilets, dishwashers and washing machines use the most amount of water compared to other areas of the home.

Buy a Grill

Cooking outside saves money on your electric and gas bill. Not to mention, you keep your heat outside which keeps your house cool. This gets you healthy with fabulously grilled food while also lowering your bills.

Change Your Lightbulbs

Using low energy bulbs will reduce your energy consumption and ultimately lower your utility bill costs. Changing lightbulbs is also a quick and easy fix that is a low cost investment.

Add More Insulation in to Attic

Adding more insulation can keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer. Having proper insulation will also ultimately reduce the use of your heating and air conditioning units.

Installation of Low Flow Shower heads

Adding low flow shower heads will also reduce the flow of water. Water conservation is important and you can participate by having less water produced from your shower heads.

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