How to reduce those post-Christmas household bills

I hope you and your friends and family had a great time over Christmas and new year. Like most people you are, I suspect, feeling a little drained of cash. December is, after all, an expoensive time. #ad

If you need to do something about your bank balance, you may be looking for ways to reduce your household bills. Alternatively, you may have a new year’s resolution to look after you and your family’s cash better in 2015.

If this applies to you, the infographic below from London Central Heating may offer some useful hints and tips. Who knew that a £20 investment in a draught excluder could save you £200 a year in heating costs? And who would have thought that 21% of a household’s heating bill goes towards heating water? Take a look and see how you might save money.

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