When trying to come up with ways to make your living space, you might think about major changes or home projects like , purchasing or insulating your attic. But what if you’re a renter?
You can’t exactly undergo big projects as an apartment dweller or renter since even small changes could result in a lease violation. The good news is that there are tricks and devices that can help you with long-term savings.
With gas and water bills and energy prices up 30% from last year, it’s important to think about energy-savings. Turning off lights,and are some obvious ways to cut down, but there are some other tricks to save as a renter. Here’s 10 practical ways to start saving now.
1. Switch your lighting
When I moved into my apartment in Charlotte, North Carolina, one of the first things I did was install. Why? It’s easy and oh so effective. Just swapping out a few bulbs in your lamps or overhead lights can have a huge impact on your monthly invoices.
Plus, smart lighting won’t break the bank. You can find several LED smart bulbs from reputable brands that
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