Power Bills: Appliances that give us the Biggest Shock

The monthly electric bill has long been the most expensive
utility bill for homeowners. In America the average monthly residential
electric bill is $110.21, according to the latest release from the U.S.
Department of Energy. That’s over $2,300 spent ever year on electricity for
your house.

Household appliances were invented to make life more
comfortable and easier, improving our quality of life. It’s hard to imagine
living without air conditioning, refrigerators or water heaters. These
modern-day luxuries are costly to run though. Along with these major
appliances, try and count how many devices or appliances in your home that
require daily power usage. It starts to add up pretty quick.

Now, if you’re one of those people whose eyes grow
abnormally large every time you locate the total number at the bottom of your
utility bill, then read closely.

To help shed light on this subject and provide
some assistance, Electricity Match created an infographic that gives you an
overview of applianceusage in the home and how much electricity those appliances actually use.
It averages out the cost to run your major appliances each month. The
infographic also gives tips and hacks you may not have thought of yet that will
help you cut down on your monthly electric bill.

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