Creating an energy-efficient home is easy if you use energy saving devices to automate the process. Today lifestyle changes also needed to realize significant energy savings of money, but energy-saving devices can take the headache of most of the changes you need to make.
Some ‘Energy Saving Devices’ (also known as ‘อุปกรณ์ประหยัดพลังงาน’ in the Thai language) that can automate energy-saving household:
- Energy Saving Bulbs
Making improvements to your home lighting by switching to energy-saving light bulbs such as compact fluorescent lamps, LED lamps and solar outdoor lighting is one of the fastest and easiest ways to save on home energy.
Once the new technology energy-saving lighting is in place, you can move on to the next project for energy-saving lamps you are on auto-pilot work to improve energy-saving light with 50-75 percent.
- Heating Programmable Thermostat
If your home has central air conditioning, heating and installing a programmable thermostat is something you really need to do. There is absolutely no reason to pay for air conditioning or heating you do not need. You can save up to 50% on heating and cooling bills by programming the thermostat to automatically lower your home energy use when you are at work, go on vacation, or sleeping.
- Energy-Saving Surge Protectors
Vampire or phantom load is the equipment and devices continue to use electricity when they turn off. According to the Department of Energy, vampire energy loss is responsible for up to 15% of a home’s annual energy costs.
The best way to get rid of this vampire load, energy-saving home, and have a device available for use is to put them on an energy-saving surge protector.
- Energy Star Appliances
Adding these kinds of energy-saving devices throughout your home usually takes some planning and budgeting. The important thing to remember is that even when you are in the market for a new refrigerator or dishwasher, equipment purchases that carry the Energy Star logo on them.
- Motion Sensor Lights and Light Timers
Using energy-saving devices such as motion sensor lights and light timers can really help boost your energy saving light with little or no effort on your part except to install the device.
Way motion sensor lights work is the lights will come on automatically when you enter an area, or they go after you leave. You can use the motion sensor lights both inside and outside of your home. In the case of the light timer, you program them to automatically turn your lights on or off at a predetermined time.
Using energy-saving devices as you can throughout your home can practically automate energy saving households.