Swimming pools and spas are great for cooling off on a summer's day. Yet, they can also consume huge amounts of energy and water.
According to the Australian Government’s Department of Industry, for a typical home, maintaining an in-ground pool can account for up to 30 percent of a household's energy bills. A pool pump can be the largest user of electricity in a home—sometimes using more energy than your washing machine, clothes dryer and dishwasher combined!
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CSA Services wants to help you reduce your energy consumption and improve your energy savings. Let's look at your average household energy consumption.
By taking a quick tour of your home you can find easy ways to reduce your energy consumption and your power bills.
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Changing your lighting can be the most cost-effective and easiest way to reduce your power bills. Lighting in homes accounts for 8 to 15 per cent of the average household electricity budget so it’s one of the first and easiest places to make efficiency savings.
Thomas Edison patented the first commercially viable incandescent light bulb more than 130 years ago but the last ten years has seen the rise of energy efficient LED lighting to replace old technology.
However, recent research suggests we may see a “back to the future” return of the humble Edison globe in our lifetime.
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In the middle of a scorching hot summer the temptation to turn the air conditioning down to a crisp 21 degrees is overwhelming and the resulting electricity bill can be shocking!
CSA Services want to transform the way you create and use energy.
Our expert energy management helps homeowners; businesses and communities reduce energy costs, increase property values and lock-in savings for years to come.
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Around the country households use the most energy before and after work. On hot summer days and cool winter nights, we all want to use our power at the same time, this is known as a period of peak demand.
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There are a number of ways you can create a more energy efficient home.
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