A simple hack can help slash utility bills by £350 - how does it work?
BILLS are something homeowners will need to deal with each month. However, an expert revealed a tip to save £350 on water bills and related cleaning costs. What can you do?When trying to save some money, homeowners can make a change in their home, research by Harvey Water Softeners, revealed. By installing a water softening, the cost of bills and cleaning products could drop by around £350. However, the price of a water softener can range from hundreds of pounds to thousands, according to ecowater-softeners.co.uk. This means Britons will need to consider whether the cost is worth it before making a purchase. READ MORE: Water bills UK: Homeowners can save money on their bills (Image: GETTY) Water bills UK: Making a change in the home could reduce the cost of bills (Image: GETTY) The research found installing the device would shrink gas bills from £577.22 to £414.43, resulting in a saving of 28.2 percent. In addition, the cost of cleaning products would go down by 50 percent, from £124.80 a year to £62.40, the study claimed. It was also suggested homeowners would eliminate the need for de-scaler and limescale removal with a water softener device. This would result in a 100 percent saving of £85.27 on de-scaler and £35.54 on limescale remover, based on average UK costs. DON'T MISS Read more: Daily Express
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