• Tanya Louise

5 Money Saving Hacks for Your Home








Being a homeowner can be a full-time job. One job leads to another, and you’re constantly trying to find ways to save money at home. Not to mention the fact that you’re trying to boost the property value at the same time.


There are plenty of differences between renting and owning. One of the biggest would be the fact that once something breaks at home, you’re going to have to immediately spend money to repair it. Buying a home is expensive, but sometimes just owning a home can be even more expensive. Thankfully, there are some brilliant money-saving hacks that you can try at home.


Read on for 5 Money Saving Hacks for Your Home


Check your furnace filter


Depending on the type of home you own and the type of heating system you have, there may be a chance that there is a filtration system. If you have filters that you need to switch out for your heating system, it’s best to check this every month, especially during the months where the heat needs to be on. It’s also best to look into reusable filters. Not only are you going to be saving money by reusing what you already have, but it’s far more eco-friendly as well.


Regularly do check-ups on your home


Regardless of whether you’re renting and saving money for a house deposit, have a checklist of what you need for a home, or you’re already a homeowner, you should create a checklist for your home and go through it every month. Sure, every month may sound tedious but in the end, it will definitely be worth it. This gives you the chance to catch potential problems before they get worse. Catching issues before they become major is a great way to save money and completely avoid a stressful situation as well.


Check the insulation in your home


Not only is this tip going to save you a lot of money, but this is very sustainable too as your home will use a lot less power. Having good insulation in your home is going to prevent mould from developing but it’s also going to help keep your home warm. If your home is warm, it means that you’re less likely to have the heating on for too long. The same can be said in the warmer months as well. One area that many people neglect in terms of insulation would be their attic and their roof. Roofing membrane is also very important, not just for helping to keep your home warm, but to protect your home as well from potential damage.


Think about weatherstripping


What is it? Well, if you ever see light creeping through the exterior of your doors or even your windows, then it’s best to understand that it’s not just light that’s getting through but also air. You’ll want to buy some rubber foam and begin weatherstripping your doors and windows so air won't escape.


Create a garden


At the beginning stages of creating a garden, it can be costly such as buying seeds, soil, and tools for gardening. But you may not need these for the beginning of creating your garden. You can simply take seeds from your favourite fruits and vegetables in your kitchen and plant those. The soil in your garden may already be nutritious enough for plants, and garden tools don’t need to be expensive either. This is not only good for the environment, but you can save money as well by growing your own food at home.


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