Is your home budget balanced? Would you like to learn about some simple little ways to actually save while you spend?

To save some money you sometimes have to spend a little money. This may sound like a complete oxymoron but just think about it for a minute. The word ‘bargain’ alludes to value. We all read reviews before we buy a product because we don’t want to buy something cheap that is going to break and thus see us have to buy it again.

That totally breaks the home budget. We want something that is good value, and that can mean investing in things that will save you money in the long run. That’s smart for the home budget.

That is why we asked a totally random group of people what their favorite money-saving purchases are, and here is what they had to say:

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Smart Thermostats

Programmable thermostats were a huge step forward in saving heating costs, but being able to control your heating from your smartphone is genius. You can control different zones in your home, set the timer, and turn your heating on so that your home is warm when you get home from holiday. You can even turn it off should you have forgotten to before you left for holiday. It makes perfect sense.

That’s what it is all about, right; saving energy to save money. What’s more, it could be hundreds you save per year.

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Continuous Hot Water

One of the best home budget tips is to invest in better plumbing supplies. To be even more specific, we are talking about swapping your hot water tank for a continuous model. Sure, you may not have hot water coming out of your tank as quick, but you will stop money flooding out your bank as quickly.

Bread Maker

Most supermarket bread with loads of preservatives have been proven to be bad for your body. But artisan bread is super expensive, which leaves people in a predicament. That is where buying a breadmaker has made people smile no end. You’re making delicious homemade bread for pennies on the dollar, and you get to customize the flavors and ingredients to your wants and needs. Amazing!

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Preserve Your Foods

One of the big home budget topics of today is food waste. If you aren’t aware of this mess already, approximately one-third of all food gets wasted. Want a figure? How does 1.3 billion tons make your belly feel? That’s where a vacuum sealing device can help you do your part for the world. Leftovers, veggies, just about anything can be saved for the future and save your dollars too.

See The Light

The old style incandescent light bulbs have been burning a hole in your wallet for years and you haven’t done anything about it. Well, it is time you invested in some energy efficient counterparts. There are loads of options out there and they will use anywhere between 25 and 80 percent less electricity. Less electricity and less money equals great home budget. It’s a simple equation.

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Power To The Products

We all have power strips or multi-socket extension leads (or whatever you want to call them). These are awful for your bank balance, which is why you need to invest in a smart version of these power strips. They work by shutting off the power to any device that is rocking out in standby mode which, in terms of percentage, accounts for up to 10% of a home’s power usage.

Yup, a small investment for big savings.

 

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