Generally an electric water heater is 30% of the electric bill. It takes a
LOT of energy to heat water. And this is a good place to save on the
If you have city chlorinated water*, you can get a water heater timer. Turn
it on in the mornings for your showers, then off the rest of the day. You
will have hot water for your shower, then residual warm water for hand and
dish washing. This can reduce your electric bill quite a bit!
Skip showers if not necessary like weekends and in winter.
Wash clothes in cold water.
*Non-chlorinated water can grow bacteria if warm.
Water heater timer...
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